INFONAVIT is Mexico’s National Housing Fund Institute (Instituto del Fondo Nacional de la Vivienda para Los Trabajadores). It was founded in 1972, and the same year, the INFONATIV law was created. Social housing plays a significant role in social security in Mexico.
The Mexican labor law system is administered by several government agencies, including the Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare(STPS) and the Federal Conciliation and Arbitration Board(FCAB). Let us take an in-depth look at these institutions.
Mexico’s public holidays, civic holidays, and annual festivity dates
Statutory holidays are legislated at a federal level and dates given as a holiday by statute are termed locally as “Dias Feriados.” There are currently ten statutory holidays in Mexico, as well as a range of civic holidays and regional/national festivities.
Work permits and visas in Mexico: an employer’s guide
In this guide, we’ll explain an overview of work permits and visas in Mexico, and show you the various steps you may need to take to acquire them (depending on your employee’s status). We’ll also discuss how using an EOR makes it quick, safe, and compliant to hire or relocate employees to Mexico.