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The dark side of outsourcing
2019-05-06
National and international surveys, studies, and researches have shown that in Mexico, the rule of law is rarely enforced
The story behind International Workers' Day
2019-05-01
International Workers' Day, also known as May Day, is commemorated on May 1 worldwide
Labor unions, a huge challenge
2019-02-18
With the arrival of a leftist government, changes in the syndicate life are expected
Unionism without credibility
2019-02-12
The once omnipotent CTM has lost its power, and now, there are voices who are looking to become new options to represent the workers
Factories in Matamoros losing USD $50 million a day amid strikes
2019-01-31
The strikes have affected 45 factories since they began on Friday, said Luis Aguirre, president of a national board representing exporting manufacturers
2017-01-26
At times welcoming, at times restrictive, immigration laws have helped shape the complexion of an increasingly diverse nation
2016-04-20
The state-run oil company initially reported that three workers were injured but later raised the number.
2016-04-20
Veracruz state Gov. Javier Duarte's Twitter account called the blast at the plant in the city of Coatzacoalcos a "strong explosion."
2016-03-29
Rafael Gutiérrez, a 53-year-old farmworker, said the increase would let him treat his family to weekend dinners out and a short vacation to Disneyland from his home in Fresno County.
2016-03-05
More than 3,000 workers have gone on strike over job cuts and stopped operations at the plant in Lázaro Cárdenas, Michoacán.