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Probation period
in Mexico.

SALARY PAYMENT IN Mexican Peso (MXN, $)

CONTRACT LANGUAGES Spanish / English

PAYROLL TAX 36.69% – 43.72%

PAYROLL CYCLE Bi-weekly

TIME TO HIRE 12 hours

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Probation period in Mexico– Overview

Employees in Mexico must complete a probation period when they begin employment. During their probationary periods, employees are not entitled to the same rights and benefits that an employee who has passed their probation period would be.

What is the standard probationary period in Mexico?

The standard probationary period cannot exceed 30 days in Mexico, and initial training periods cannot exceed 90 days.

Can an employer extend the probationary period in Mexico?

In Mexico, the probationary periods can be extended up to 180 days if the employee is filling a management position or for employees who carry out technical or specialized tasks.

Can I dismiss an employee during their probation period in Mexico?

Yes, you can end the employment relationship during the probation periods without cause and without notice.

Do employees in Mexico have to give notice during the probation period?

During the probation period and during the regular employment relationship, Mexican employees have the right to quit without giving notice.

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FAQs

In Mexico, during the probation period, employers do not need to give notice to end the employment relationship.

In Mexico, during the probation periods and during the regular employment relationship, Mexican employees have the right to quit without giving notice.

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