On Jan. 11, a decree was published in Mexico’s Official Gazette of the Federation that amended Mexico’s Federal Labor Law on the subject of remote work by adding a chapter that took effect Jan. 12.
The COVID-19 pandemic has raised issues among Canadian businesses about work travel, employment law experts say, forcing companies to re-evaluate their travel policies.
The Supreme Court of Canada unanimously ruled in favor of a former employee’s entitlement to bonus pay and other benefits after being forced out of the company.
The chief people officer and senior vice president for Walmart Mexico and Central America discussed the company’s adjustments to the pandemic at the SHRM Global Mobility and Immigration Symposium.
Mexico’s President Andrés Manuel López Obrador announced in a press conference that he is officially introducing an initiative to Congress to reform subcontracting.
As Canada’s most populous province grapples with a second wave of the coronavirus, employers in Ontario now must issue screening questions to workers and essential visitors about COVID-19 before they come into the office.