Warning: Form Comission and consult it or pay severance

Dear Friends & Clients 

 

   As you may recall, the amendments to the Mexican Labor Law passed on November, 2012 introduced the trial and training period for newly hired employees in the understanding that at its end the employer may terminate the employee with not liability, after hearing the opinion

of the Mixed Commission of Productivity, Qualification and Training.

 

Furthermore, it is mandated that the companies that have more than 50 employees must form the mentioned Mixed Commission of Productivity, Qualification and Training.

 

It is important to keep in mind that if you decide not to hire on a permanent basis an employee that was under a trial or training period and you have not formed the Mixed Commission of Productivity, Qualification and Training (when being obligated to dos so), then such termination will very likely be considered as a termination without cause and subject to payment of full severance.

 

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have questions or need us to elaborate on the items above.

 

Sincerely,

Ernesto Velarde Danache, Inc.

Mexican & International Lawyers

1650 Paredes Line Road, Suite 101

Brownsville, Texas 78521

Tel:  (956) 548-9098

Fax: (956) 548-1656

www.velardedanache.com

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