under Strengthen the bilateral cooperative relations that unite Mexico and CanadaA meeting was held between the labor authorities of the two countries, with the participation of Luisa Maria Alcalde, chairperson of the committee. Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare of the Government of Mexico; Seamus O’Regan, Minister Canada job; and Alfredo Dominguez Marufo, President Federal Action Center.
In this meeting held in the facilities Federal Center for Conciliation and Labor Registration (CFCRL), a dialogue on the policies of honoring work, employment, and wages in Mexico, as well as the results of reforms in subcontracting and the labor justice system.
owner STPS He emphasized that the country is going through a labor spring and that the challenges awaiting it are to change the culture in Mexico, to convince workers that collective bargaining is a tool to improve their salary conditions, and to resume the essence of union work.
While Minister O’Regan referred to the importance of cooperation between the two countries, in addition to specifying that Canada is the second country with the largest volume of investments in Mexico, after the United States. He acknowledged his progress federal job center, In areas such as legalization of Collective agreementsCollective bargaining and freedom of association.
In his participation, CFCRL Director Alfredo Domínguez reports that to date 35,000 consultations have been carried out with the participation of 4.2 million workers, in which more than 20,000 CCTs have been legalized. In addition, he explained that there are 10,000 applications pending, which can be submitted until July 31.
He also emphasized the importance Federal Action Center In transforming the world of work by being the body responsible for recording, verifying and providing certainty and legitimacy to the participation of workers through their personal, free, direct and secret vote.
Likewise, Celine Cruz Alcala, President Federal Attorney for the Defense of Labor (Profedet), mention of cooperation between services Prophet with those Federal Action Center with the intention of advising the workers and accompanying them in their conciliation process and, in the absence of an agreement, representing them in labor action before the new labor courts free of charge.