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Welcome to Quick Chats for the Mexican Workplace, Baker McKenzie’s Labor and Employment video chat series for Mexican employers. In each on-demand episode, our lawyers provide insights and quick, practical tips on today’s most pressing issues and legal developments impacting employers operating in Mexico including COVID-19 reopening developments and other trending topics.

Outsourcing No More? Steps for Mexican Employers to Take Now In Response to the New Subcontracting Reform (May 14, 2021)

In this Quick Chat video, Baker McKenzie’s Labor and Employment and Tax lawyers analyze the impact the Subcontracting Reform will have on companies operating in Mexico, and provide tips on navigating the employment considerations surrounding this issue of outsourcing and subcontracting personnel.

SpeakersRicardo CastroSalvador PasquelJaviera MedinaMaría José CasillasMarco RojasCarlos Martin del CampoRosario LomberaAlfonso García


Changes in the Workplace Now That We Have COVID-19 Vaccines (March 29, 2021)

As vaccines become more readily available in Mexico through the National Vaccination Policy, employers have lots of questions about how this changes the return to the workplace. In this video, our Labor and Employment lawyers discuss the vaccine policies and procedures being adopted by Mexican employers, as well as the legal and practical considerations to address.

SpeakersCarlos Martin del CampoGabriel OrtizMartha Mayorga-Luna


Client Questions on Mexico’s New Teleworking Obligations (March 2, 2021)

There are new regulations impacting Mexican employers operating a remote workforce. Companies must comply with new expense reimbursement requirements for teleworking employees. In this Quick Chat video, we discuss Mexico’s new teleworking obligations, and share practical advice for the questions arising since the new rules came into effect in January.

SpeakersJaviera MedinaLiliana Hernandez-Salgado



Salvador Pasquel Villegas first joined Baker McKenzie in 1994 and became a partner in the Firm’s Mexico office in 2002. He is member of the North America Employment and Compensation Practice Group and Chair of the Mexico City Labour Practice. He has extensive experience advising on collective bargaining, strike call procedures, employment counseling in corporate restructures, labor policy planning related to acquisitions, mergers, divestitures, plant closings and redundancies. Executive compensation and employee benefits, pension funds, stock option plans, labor terminations and collective dismissals. Salvador has also represented Mexican employers before the International Labor Organization (ILO) in 2003 and 2010.

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