In this Quick Chat video our Labor & Employment lawyers discuss the amendment to Mexican Federal Labor Law to increase the vacation allotment of employees.
Effective January 1, 2023, employees will be eligible to enjoy at least 12 days of vacation each year, increasing at specific increments. Employers must comply with this obligation and it is advisable to revisit vacation policies and procedures.
Speakers: Salvador Pasquel Villages, Javiera Medina-Reza, Carlos Martin del Campo
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