Labor law in Mexico consists of a set of legal rules that establish the relationship between employee and employer. This is reaffirmed with an employment contract. In this agreement, the contract will specify the terms of employment set by the company. Details such as the length of the workday, rest days, salary, and vacations, among […]
Mexican labor law establishes a contractual relationship between the employee and the employer. An employment contract confirms this. As part of this agreement, a contract will be drafted that specifies the company's terms and conditions of employment. In addition to the length of the workday, rest days, salary, and vacations, there are other factors to consider.