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The Organic Law for the Federal Conciliation and Labor Registry Center is published, and its start of operations is announced for 2020.
A step was taken towards the implementation of the amendments to the Federal Labor Law (“FLL”) published on May 1st, 2019 in the Federal Official Gazette (“DOF”), specifically in relation with the creation of the Federal Conciliation and Labor Registry Center (“Center”).
This past Monday, January 6, 2020, the Organic Law for the Federal Conciliation and Labor Registry Center was published in the DOF, which establishes, among others, the following powers and functions of the Center:
With respect to the Center’s start of operations, the 2019 reform envisaged that this should be done within a period of no more than two years, starting from May last year.
In this regard, on January 6, Bulletin 004/2020 of the Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare was published, which indicates that the Center will begin operations in the last quarter of this year in ten states in Mexico.
Therefore, it is relevant that employers and Unions analyze if they currently comply with the new labor provisions, and in case they do not, implement the necessary actions.
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