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In brief

In this Quick Chat video, Baker McKenzie’s Labor and Employment lawyers discuss the new Federal guidelines based on the stop-light color system for States to follow when issuing regulations during the third wave of COVID-19 in Mexico. We also review changes to the criteria for employees to be considered vulnerable personnel, and share six tips for employers to keep in mind when implementing preventative measures in the workplace.


Speakers: Alfonso GarcíaMaría José CasillasMarco Rojas

English version

https://video.bakermckenzie.com/embed?id=b2d7b129-4503-4d9c-8a0a-48f75191252c

Spanish version

https://video.bakermckenzie.com/embed?id=e3d96959-95b4-4b6f-a505-a89c123b4d49

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Author

Alfonso García Lozano has more than 25 years of experience practicing in the area of labor and employment law. His practice includes corporate employment advice and employment litigation involving complex transactions, as well as individual and collective matters. Mr. García Lozano has a strong knowledge on the tax implications of labor matters, including outsourcing.

Author

Maria Jose Casillas González is an associate in the Firm’s Guadalajara office. She has been working in the labor and immigration field since 2000. Ms. Casillas regularly writes articles for the International Executive Transfer Update on topics related to her field.

Author

Marco Rojas is an associate in the Employment Practice Group in the Mexico City office. He joined Baker McKenzie in 2013. Prior to this, he worked for more than six years in the social security and remunerations practice of other Mexican law firms. Mr. Rojas' legal career spans over six years of practice in the fields of litigation and consulting in social security, local contributions and labor matters.

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