Labor Law

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Head Hunting Colombia: Curriculum Vitae Recommendations

In Colombia, recruitment is part of the Human Resources Management (HRM) department. Recruitment is only one of the services provided by a back office services company and  involves the publication of new vacancies and the selection and evaluation of candidates, among others. The main reason why a company would invite a candidate to participate in …

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Colombia’s Employment Law

8 Considerations In Regards to Colombia’s Employment Law

The Labor Law Legislation in Colombia is regulated by the National Constitution and the Labor Code (Código Sustantivo del Trabajo). The following 8 considerations regarding Colombian employment law should be examined carefully before undertaking business operations. Colombian Employment Law – Foreign Workers Foreign workers are subject to the same rights and regulations as Colombian workers, …

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Hiring Employees or Contractors in Colombia

Why Mexican Labour Law is Important: Hiring Employees in Mexico

Mexico is widely known for being heavily protectionist towards the employee when it comes to the country’s labour laws. Many foreign companies find that employment regulations in Mexico differ considerably to those in their country of origin. It is strongly advised to employ the legal services of a labour law specialist before hiring workers. Labor …

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