divine justice? Legislators in Mexico seem to have remembered the importance of the working class in the country, which is why they are introducing different initiatives to benefit Mexican workers.
In this sense, one of Constitutional Reform Initiative Which aims to give more comfort to the employees of Mexican formal sector companies and employers Proposal to give home office to employees two days a week,
This new labor law project that seeks to improve the quality of life of Mexican workers was presented by Green Ecologists Party of Mexico (PVEM), which also proposed that companies and employers pay one day’s salary to their associates so that they can conduct clinical studies and thus, know their health status in depth.
Now, committed to setting new initiative to reform Magna Carta a blended work week, so employees can work from home at least 2 of the 7 days,
In addition, PVEM also states that Working hours have been reduced from 48 to 35 hours per weekThat is, there is a reduction in the workload of 13 hours, which means an increase of 5 hours in the proposal, which will also be analyzed at the Congress of the Union.
In charge of drafting the legislative project for “the establishment of a new hybrid work scheme (face-to-face work and teleworking), its favorable scope may be greater than expected, especially in people’s health and the environment” Says PVEM Senator. Mexican workers benefit
It should be noted that this reform initiative, coupled with the fact that it aims to be beneficial for formal workers in Mexico at the same time wants to care for the environmentSince the legislators argue that reducing working days in offices reduces the consumption of materials in companies, as well as the use of combustion vehicles to travel to the place and return to homes.
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