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Leticia Ribeiro has been recognized by the Latin Lawyer, Legal 500 and Client Choice Awards as a leading employment lawyer. Leticia joined the firm in 1998 and became partner in 2013. Frequently praised for her practical and business oriented advice, technical knowledge and creativity, over 20 years experience in advising clients on employment matters.

Executive Order no. 1,045 was issued today, implementing the New Emergency Program for Maintenance of Jobs and Income in Brazil. The order contains additional employment-related measures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and reinstates some of the provisions previously contained in Executive Order no. 936, which was converted into Law no. 14,020/20.

The Brazilian president on 10 March 2021, sanctioned Law 14.125/2021, authorizing private companies to purchase COVID-19 vaccines approved by the health regulatory agency (ANVISA). All doses must be reverted to the public healthcare system while priority groups are being vaccinated. After the vaccination of priority groups is completed, companies will be able to purchase the vaccines for their own use (distributing them free of charge), but 50% of the shots must still be reverted to the public healthcare system.

Companies are facing critical business challenges in regard to their most important asset – their people. While workforce transformation is not a new concept for global organizations, the pandemic has forced us to rapidly adapt our standard ways of working and how we engage with employees to ensure the long-term…

In brief There is no question that the pandemic has changed the future of work. From an increased focus on health and safety to transitioning to permanent (or indefinite) remote work, or preparing for business transformation, companies are facing critical business challenges in regard to their most important asset —…

The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the need to reshape employment models and more companies are examining extended remote work policies to provide flexibility for the benefit of both people and organizations.

The regional Employment & Compensation team is pleased to present the Latin America Remote Working Guide considering that organizations are in favor of remote working models and governments are responding to this increased trend.

Our aim is to answer some of the most pressing questions and provide you with the most up to date information on changing laws and regulations across 7 jurisdictions in Latin America.

The high level guidance in this document is not intended to be comprehensive legal advice.