With the purpose of announcing the various benefits for workers in Baja California, the Secretary of Labor, Alejandro Arregui Ibarra, announced that this week A series of informational assemblies will begin in popular neighborhoods, which aims to directly communicate the benefits of the labor reform initiated by the president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
Arregui Ibarra explained that because of the Labor Reform, purchasing power has increased of the working class as never before, with up 88% of the minimum wage since the beginning of the six-year term of President López Obrador.
He also added that Honorable leave allows the working population to enjoy 12 days of leave in the first year of work, and that after each year they increase until they reach 20 days of rest, and then add two days for every five years.
He explained that, with the elimination of outsourcing, workers operating in these fraudulent schemes now have all the benefits of the law, action that allows an increase in income from the distribution of income for Baja California personnel by more than 75%.
The head of STPS said that union democracy, another major achievement of labor reform, This means real representation for employees, leaving behind simulations and the protection of profitable employers who only seek to benefit.
The implementation of the Labor Conciliation Center in Baja California, he emphasized, is another issue to be discussed. since its entry into operation Allow 8 out of 10 labor disputes to be resolved in less than 45 daysunlike before, which can be resolved in years.
Arregui continued to reform the labor policy during this six-year term for the benefit of the working class.and that precise labor policy is one of the greatest achievements of AMLO’s administration. Instead, he recognized the work of Luisa María, mayor, former Secretary of Federal Labor and current Secretary of the Interior.as well as the leadership and determined commitment of the State Governor, Marina del Pilar Ávila Olmeda.
He also detailed that, in Baja California, the Ministry of Labor implemented a policy of labor inclusion for women that never existed before.elderly, young people, migrants, and successful programs such as “Mujeres al Volante” which is now being replicated in other states of the republic, as well as the “Violet Protocol”, which seeks to empower women in workplace.