Guide to Employing People in Mexico

Guide to Employing People in Mexico

US$19.95

This guide is an invaluable resource for anyone who plans to open a business in Mexico and hire people locally, and those interested in understanding how employment and labor laws work in Mexico.

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A resource for business-owners and employers

Number of Pages: 48
Printable: Yes
Document Format: PDF

Look Inside: Mexico Employers Guide-PREVIEW

This guide is an invaluable resource for anyone who plans to open a business in Mexico and hire people locally, and those interested in understanding how employment and labor laws work in Mexico.

The guide begins by introducing Mexican employment legislation and covers the bases, explaining all of the key elements of labor law in Mexico including the work day, the work week, minimum salaries, shifts, overtime, bonuses, holiday and sick pay, social security, vacation pay, and explains how employees must be paid to ensure your company complies properly with current regulations.

For those who plan to recruit people in Mexico, there is a section about advertising for and hiring staff, using employment agencies, drawing up labor contracts, ensuring your company complies with labor union regulations, special arrangements for builders, arranging employee insurance, providing training, and accounting correctly for employee payroll.

There is also a section dedicated to the matter of finding, hiring, taking care of and (when necessary) firing domestic staff, which includes maids, gardeners, nurses, chauffeurs and others.

Also covered are the important subjects of AFORE retirement funds and the INFONAVIT scheme which offers affordable home loans to help workers fund a home of their own.

The subject of firing an employee is covered in detail, and explains the correct procedures which must be followed when dismissing or laying-off an employee to ensure the company remains on the right side of Mexico’s extensive labor laws.

The guide has been written by Ignacio Puerto, a Yale-educated lawyer with deep and extensive knowledge of Mexican corporate law and Betty Quijano a qualified accountant and seasoned expert in the delivery of Mexico expatriate services. The book has been expertly edited by James and Ellen Fields.

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Look Inside: Mexico Employers Guide-PREVIEW

Product Type: eBook
Author(s): Ignacio Puerto,
Betty Quijano,
James & Ellen Fields
Number of Pages: 48
Printable: Yes
Document Format: PDF
Publisher: Yucatan Expatriate Services
Publication Date: 23rd July 2010

US$19.95