Mexican Labor Laws and COVID-19

The crisis brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic has affected virtually every sector of the international economy including transnational companies with a large presence in Mexico.

Companies with employees in Mexico are subject to the Mexican Federal Labor Law (FLL), which provides in certain situations for the temporary suspension of employment relationships. This entails the possibility for the employee to refrain from providing their services, and consequently, the possibility of the employer to refrain from paying the respective salary.

To read the full text of this Alert, which contains a summary of important provisions of Mexican labor law that should be considered in light of the current situation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, please visit the firm website.

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