Effective Jan. 1, 2024, Mexico’s minimum wage will increase by 20%. The increase was published Dec. 1, 2023, in the Council of Representatives of the National Minimum Wages Commission:Continue Reading Mexico to Increase General Minimum Wage by 20% in 2024
With more than 20 years of employment law experience, Leslie Palma focuses her practice in labor and employment matters, advising clients in the corporate sector. She is a leading labor attorney, who regularly assists international clients in the workplace strategies of their Mexican operations.
Leslie is well known for her vast experience assisting clients in all aspects related to the transfer of employees and standardization of benefits. Ms. Palma also advises domestic and foreign companies on labor and employment due diligence, executive compensation, employee benefits, labor management relations, non-compete agreements, workforce reductions, among other labor issues. Also, she is an experienced litigator who focuses her practice on managing complex engagements, including individual and collective bargaining labor procedures in a national level.
In addition, Leslie also frequently counsels’ clients faced with complex problems on the implementation of labor structures, compliance investigations, internal labor regulation, employee handbooks, labor restructuring and collective bargaining agreements. She guides clients through the development and implementation of employment policies confidentiality agreements and labor & employment contracts.
Prior to joining Greenberg Traurig, Ms. Palma worked for several international law firms in Mexico and was in-house counsel for an international retailer company.