Salaries are normally paid in cash on the last workday of the week – or with the employee’s prior consent, an employer may pay wages by check, direct deposit, transfers, or through any other electronic means. Children under 15 are prohibited from working, and teenagers age 15 and older may work no more than six hours… Read More
It is very important to have employee contracts. At some time you may need to be able to prove when your employee commenced employment, wage rate, hours of work, days worked, duties, issue of visitors and keys, probation period of 30 days, etc. Many companies in Mexico, both foreign and local, try to avoid paying the… Read More
Termination pay (Finiquito) amounts I can calculate for employees. Mexican labor laws are pro worker. This is why employment contracts are so important identifying hours and days of work, duties, expectations, etc. And when violations of the contract they are noted in writing, they are to be presented to employee and signed. If the employment agreement… Read More
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Mexico is an incredible country with many unique living experiences to choose from. Our best-selling guide helps make your move to Mexico a little bit easier. Read More
DID YOU KNOW?
There are many things in Mexico that aren’t like back home. Different laws, different procedures for banking, and many different ways of thinking. We’ll look at “Did You Know?” topics on this page. I bet you didn’t know at least some of them. Read More
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