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Unofficial Sources Report that Mexico will Postpone the Immediate Implementation of the Proposed Outsourcing Initiative

According to various sources, pursuant to negotiations underway between the Mexican government and the Mexican business sector, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador will ask legislators to postpone until February 2021 the final debate and evaluation of the proposed outsourcing initiative that would amend Mexican Federal Labor Law to drastically limit or eliminate employment outsourcing. In this manner, the proposed changes may eventually be approved during the next regular legislative session of Mexico’s federal Chamber of Deputies, which begins on April 1, 2021.
 
According to several sources, an agreement will be published sometime this week providing that the Mexican business sector, represented by the  Business Coordination Board (CCE by its initials in Spanish) and the Confederation of Industrial Chambers of Mexico (CONCAMIN by its initials in Spanish), will agree to transition current employment insourcing arrangements to direct employment of personnel by Mexican operating companies.
 
Pursuant to the above, all signs appear to indicate that the evaluation and eventual approval of this major labor reform initiative will remain pending until at least April 2021.
 
Contact Information:
 
Joseph B. Newton | jnewton@ccn-law.com
Miriam Name | mname@ccn-law.com
Pablo Sáenz | psaenz@ccn-law.com.mx
Javier Zapata | jzapata@ccn-law.com.mx
Francisco Peña | fpena@ccn-law.com
Mayra De Luna | mdeluna@ccn-law.com.mx

Fuentes No Oficiales Reportan que se Pospone Dictaminación de Iniciativa de Reforma en Materia de Subcontratación

Según medios informativos, tras negociaciones entre el Gobierno y el sector empresarial, el Presidente Andrés Manuel López Obrador solicitará a los legisladores posponer el debate y dictaminación de la iniciativa de reforma a la Ley Federal del Trabajo en materia de subcontratación, hasta febrero del próximo año, para su eventual aprobación durante el siguiente periodo ordinario de sesiones en la Cámara de Diputados que inicia el 1 de abril del 2021.
 
De acuerdo a diversos medios informativos, esta misma semana se publicará un acuerdo, a través del cual el sector empresarial mexicano, representado por el Consejo Coordinación Empresarial (CCE) y la Confederación de Cámaras Industriales de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos (CONCAMIN), se comprometerán a ir migrando al personal que tienen contratado a través de insourcing, a contratación directa por las respectivas sociedades operativas.
 
Por lo anterior, todo indica que la discusión y eventual aprobación de la iniciativa de reforma quedará pendiente hasta al menos abril del 2021.
 
Información de Contacto:
 
Joseph B. Newton | jnewton@ccn-law.com
Miriam Name | mname@ccn-law.com
Pablo Sáenz | psaenz@ccn-law.com.mx
Javier Zapata | jzapata@ccn-law.com.mx
Francisco Peña | fpena@ccn-law.com
Mayra De Luna | mdeluna@ccn-law.com.mx
 
 

Sources of information and disclaimer: The following sources of information, among others, have been used in preparing this document: Official Journal of the Federation, the Bank of Mexico, Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation, Department of Finance and Public Credit. The CCN MéxicoReport ™ does not constitute legal or tax advice and should not be used for purposes other than as purely informative for the general public. For more information on the CCN MéxicoReport ™, any of the issues mentioned therein or to inquire about legal services, please contact Rob Barnett (rbarnett@ccn-law.com) or Mario Melgar (mmelgar@ccn-law.com), phone (210) 222-1642. 

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