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Mexico Unveils Labor Reforms On Conciliation Boards, Employer Contracts

May 13, 2016 at 2:41 PM
The Mexican government has unveiled proposed labor reforms that address two key U.S. demands with respect to workers' rights to bargain collectively and to seek effective redress for work-related grievances. They seem to address U.S. demands with respect to the Conciliation and Arbitration Boards (CABs), according to union sources familiar with the proposals. The CAB reform would shift the adjudication of labor disputes to federal and local labor courts, and the registration of unions to a newly created Federal Public...

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