Tuesday, February 7, 2023

Good Holidays in Mexico: the reform is published in the Official Gazette; so are your days off

Official Journal of the Federation Published this Tuesday, December 27, that correction double working holidays, The law allows employees a minimum 12 days compared to the existing six. Further, this rest period shall be continuous, unless the employee prefers to split it.

The reform was presented in February by the Movimiento Ciudadano party; However, it failed to garner support across the political spectrum.

According to the law, the first year of work, Employees will have 12 days leave, From then on, they will increase by two days each year until they reach 20. In the fifth year, the company will be bound to give two more days for every five years of service.

There has been an intensive campaign by reform private sectorwho asked The increase in leave days should be done in a staggered manneri.e. nine days in 2023 till reaching 12 in 2026, for the purpose of Small and medium companies are not affected,

Murray’s representatives responded to the businessmen’s call and proposed a review of the original draft; However, it was ratified by the Senate and the Executive shortly thereafter.

12 days leave: who is entitled?

From 2023, all private sector employeeswill benefit from it, regardless of their seniority “civilized leave” reformapproved by both Chambers of the Congress of the Union,

Prosecutor Vice President of the Central Region of the Mexican Institute of Public Accountants, Rolando Silvain interview with financialWith the reform of Articles 76 and 78 of the Federal Labor Law, which Doubled from six to 12 consecutive days of vacation from the first year of workLoans outstanding for more than 50 years are paid to the employees.

“It applies to everyone,” says a public accountant specializing in Social Security issues. “We are not going to put Type A or Type B employees with different benefits because of their date of joining. If you are three years old and the table shows 15 days from January 1, 2023, you have 15 days in 2023 even if you weren’t accumulating them”, he explains.

Even, points out Silva, even if a loan is repaid, the 12 days taking period is less than the average for comparable economies, as the World Labor Organization recommends a minimum of 18 days per year.

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