NEWS & INFO
New vacation regulation in Mexico
On January 1, 2023, the reform to the Federal Labor Law regarding Dignified Vacations went into effect.
Workers will have the right to take 12 consecutive days instead of previously 6 days. If an employer coerces them to take six days, they can file a lawsuit.
New Mexico Home Office Health & Safety Standards for 2023
On July 15, 2022 was published in the Official Gazette of the Federation the Draft Mexican Official Standard "PROY NOM 037 STPS 2022 Telework - Safety and health conditions at work", which aims to establish the risk prevention measures to be adopted in workplaces where workers under the telework modality carry out their activities, in order to prevent accidents and diseases, as well as to promote a safe and healthy environment in the environment in which they provide their services.
2022 New Guidelines for COVID-19 Protocols at Workplaces
The Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS) published New Guidelines for COVID-19 Protocols at Workplaces. These guidelines apply to all of Mexico. The purpose of these guidelines is to establish the specific measures that business activities must implement within the framework of the general strategy for the New Normality, in order to ensure the continuity of work activities in a safe and responsible manner.
Mexico‘s Current Electricity Regulations & Policy
31st Annual Meeting 2022 of the German-Mexican Lawyers Association (DMJV) in Munich, October 6-7, 2021 at the premises of the law firm Hogan Lovells in the presence of the Mexican Consul Cecilia Villanueva.
Speech by Dr. (UNAM) Mauricio J. Foeth on the topic:
"Mexicos energy sovereignty policy: Forward to the Past?"
Taxavo at Austria Connect 2022 Mexico-Labor Law
AUSTRIA CONNECT 2022- THE FIRST CONFERENCE FOR AUSTRIAN COMPANIES IN MEXICO
Presentation by Dr. Mauricio Foeth to Austrian companies on
"Mexican Labor Law"
TAXAVO was a proud Silver Sponsor of the first edition of Austria Connect 2022, which took place on September 26, 2022 in Mexico City at the Club de Industriales.
Foreign Direct Investment, Restrictions
FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT, RESTRICTIONS AND PRIVATIZATION: THE MEXICAN REGULATORY EXPERIENCE
This article studies Mexico‘s evolution from a protected economy in the 1970s to the free market economy of today. It also presents the different political and economic stages of this process, as well as the important changes made to laws on foreign investment in preparing for the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), the Mexico-European Union free trade agreement and other bilateral agreements on investment promotion and protection. This has also led Mexico to privatize its economy, its banks and telecommunications in particular. This article also explains the legal framework for this privatization and presents an outline on the possible opening of the electricity sector.