NNRoad offers employment solutions in Mexico allowing you to hire employees in Mexico even if you do not have an entity there. Our services streamline the hiring process and allow entry into the country.
Keep reading to learn how to legally hire employees in Mexico.
A PEO is a Professional Employer Organization. A PEO helps mitigate legal risk, complies with local labor laws, and allows cost-effective HR administration.
PEO services give foreign business owners the opportunity to hire employees in Mexico by bridging the cultural gap between you and your employee working under your authority.
It is a budget-friendly way to test and enter the market and you can decide later on whether you want to start a business in Mexico.
Mexico’s labor laws favor its employees and unions. When hiring employees in Mexico, you are legally required to provide labor contracts that layout terms of the employee’s compensation, benefits, and termination requirements in the local language.
Offer letters and labor contracts are required by law to include salary information and additional compensation in Mexican pesos. Mexico does not have “at-will” employment, instead, they have four types of employment contracts:
NNRoad and our in-country partners are experts regarding Mexico’s local labor laws. We handle the legalities related to hiring employees in Mexico so that you can focus on your core business.
Minimum wages vary by location and industry. Effective January 1st, 2020, minimum wage workers in Mexico will now take home 123.22 pesos per day.
Mexican employees are entitled to:
To learn more about compensation and benefits in Mexico, check out our blog What To Know Before Hiring Your First Employee in Mexico and see how Mexican employees are covered.
NNRoad’s employment solutions help businesses make their way into Mexico’s market.
NNRoad also offers entity formation services, payroll and benefits administration, and tax and accounting services in Mexico.