Rogelio Alanis Robles' experience in labor matters spans over twelve years, in which he has advised domestic and international companies doing business in Mexico. He has participated as a speaker in several seminars and lectures regarding Mexican labor and employment matters in Mexico and the United States.
Rogelio focuses on complex employment advice and strategic consulting, international assignments, subcontracting, immigration, personal data privacy and harassment claims in the workplace. Rogelio co-led Littler's COVID-19 taskforce for Mexico. He is fluent in Spanish and English.
He previously worked at the General Consulate of Mexico in Dallas, Texas, where he assisted in labor, immigration, criminal and human rights matters.
Since 2015 he has co-chaired the Legislative Update committee in the Human Resources Association in Southwest Coahuila, an important business chamber in northern Mexico.
He has authored and co-authored several publications in labor and employment matters, nationally and internationally.
In 2018, Rogelio was an instructor for the Labor Law Specialization program for judicial officers, developed by the Judicial Council for the State of Nuevo Leon.
As of late 2021, he splits his time between Littler’s Monterrey and Saltillo offices. He was involved in the business development and growth of the Saltillo office.