On October 21, 2016, Mexico's Ministry of Finance and Public Credit published its interpretation of a provision under the Anti-Laundering Law that adds outsourcing to the list of activities that must be disclosed and reported to the government.
On October 13, 2016, the Senate of the Republic unanimously approved an initiative that amends several of the Labor Justice provisions of the Mexican Constitution regarding employment dispute hearings and union representation.
El pasado 13 de octubre el Senado aprobó por unanimidad el proyecto que busca reformar diversas disposiciones de la Constitución en materia de Justicia Laboral, específicamente sobre la migración hacia procesos judiciales y representación sindical.
Comments on an interim report suggesting ways the Ontario Labour Relations Act and Ontario Employment Standards Act, 2000 could enhance protections for workers and support businesses are due by October 14, 2016.
Brazil, Chile and Morocco recently joined the Apostille Convention, simplifying the legalization of documents for expatriates from the member countries who intend to work (or currently are working) in those three countries.
Brasil, Chile y Marruecos recientemente se unieron al “Convenio de La Haya del 5 de octubre de 1961 Suprimiendo la Exigencia de la Legalización de los Documentos Públicos Extranjeros” (la “Convención de la Haya sobre la Apostilla”)
On August 31, 2016, Brazil’s eSocial Steering Committee issued a new resolution postponing the eSocial digital bookkeeping program’s implementation deadlines, the first of which was scheduled for September 2016.