Labor complaints in the United States, through procedures in contracts

Mexico City /

Minister of Labor and Social Welfare, Luisa Maria Mayorconfirmed that the complaints received by Mexico in labor matters under the Trade Agreement USMCA by United State It derives from the bad processes of legitimizing group contracts by companies.

In his participation in the labor training course the process of legality of collective labor contracts organized by CoparmixThe mayor reiterated that May 1, 2023 is the maximum period for carrying out legality procedures by companies, so they have ten months to carry out all the lost operations.

“The few complaints we’ve received in international affairs are about poor legitimacy processes, so there’s no reason to jeopardize an operation of this nature when we can do it well, very carefully, and jointly,” the official said. .

The mayor commented that if there are unions, hiring and collective bargaining, implementing the process of legality is the “vaccine” and is the key step for the new business model and compliance with Mexico’s trade agreements.

secondly, Alexander SalafrancaThis year, they will conduct 11,000 inspections to check compliance with the new subcontracting law, the director of the decent work unit at the unit said: “Some cases have already been completed and cases that do not comply with the law have been discovered.”

Clotheer will travel to Canada

The Ministry of Economy reported that its head, Tatiana Clotheerwill travel to Vancouver, Canada, from July 6 to 8 to participate in the second meeting of T-MEC Free Trade Commission.

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Canada’s Minister of Small Business, Export Promotion and International Trade, Mary Ng, and US Trade Representative, Catherine Tay, will also be present, who will review progress on the agreement.

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