Labor law

We provide all kinds of consultancy services in labor matters, such as the development of policies and guidelines related to work organization in companies, and the enforcement and interpretation of labor laws and regulations.

We represent our clients in individual and/or collective lawsuits before the Federal or Local Conciliation and Arbitration Boards and before federal courts in amparo proceedings.

We also represent employers, individuals, or corporations before the Secretariat of Labor and Social Welfare (STPS) of Mexico City; before the Labor Defense Attorney’s Office of Mexico City; or before the Federal Office for the Defense of Labor (PROFEDET).

We attend conciliatory negotiations arising from collective labor disputes or the revision of Collective Labor Agreements before labor unions and before the General Coordination of Conciliation Officers (CoordinaciĆ³n General de Funcionarios Conciliadores) of the STPS.

We perform labor law compliance audits, preparing all kinds of documents, agreements, regulations, policies, manuals, etc., required for the regulation of our clients’ labor relations.

Frequently Asked Questions

Labor law is a legal branch that focuses on regulating labor relations between employers and workers. Labor law establishes the rules and procedures for hiring, employment relation, compensation, social security, occupational health, and safety, among other issues.

An employment contract is a legal document that establishes the terms and conditions of employment between the employer and the employee. The employment contract must include information on working hours, compensation, benefits, working conditions, among other relevant aspects.

It is the minimum amount of compensation an employer is required to pay an employee for their work. Minimum wage is established by the labor authorities in each country and varies depending on the location and type of work.

Unjustified dismissal is when an employer terminates an employee’s employment contract without justification or sufficient cause. In many countries, unjustified dismissal is illegal and may result in compensation for the affected party.