Cultural resistance delays impact of labour reforms

New laws designed to bring more certainty for employers, reduce the time and money spent on disputes, and create better relationships with employees are sweeping Latin America, delegates heard at the 4th annual Latin Lawyer Labour & Employment conference held on Tuesday in Miami – but real change takes years to be fully implemented.

Cultural resistance delays impact of labour reforms Carolyn Knox and Jorge de Presno Arizpe at Tuesday's conference

Legislative reforms in Mexico, Brazil and Ecuador were compared in the opening session of the conference, which was chaired by Anthony Oncidi of Proskauer Rose LLP and Enrique Stile of Marval, O'Farrell & Mairal, with each country at different stages of the reform process. The panel was moderated by Carolyn Knox of Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart.

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