Full Article at: “Labor Law for Household Employees in Mexico – What must we pay? and What should we pay?” Yucalandia is pleased to welcome a guest author contributor, Solomon Freimuth, who, along with his partners at “Calderón & Asociados” has fine expertise in Mexican Law focusing on issues affecting expats. We look forward to your comments!
What is an employee?
Mexican labor law says that anyone who performs a subordinated, personal service in exchange for remuneration is an employee. There is a jurisprudencia, or established legal precedent based on decisions of the Mexican Supreme Court, that defines subordination as …
Includes information on Mexican workers, part time domestic workers, house-cleaners, gardeners, aguinaldo requirements, vacations, holidays, documenting workers pay, firing and severance issues…
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