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Advances in Digital Work in Mexico

Monterey, NL 09-May-2022.- Senator Ricardo Monreal They said they are seeking to reach a consensus on reform of the federal…

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Monterey, NL 09-May-2022.- Senator Ricardo Monreal They said they are seeking to reach a consensus on reform of the federal labor law (LFT), which would include regulation on digital issues.

“This is a very important issue, we want to bring it up during the holiday period to prepare a consent bill, it is very advanced,” said the chairman Senate Political Coordinating Board,

After meeting with partners in Cintermex Chamber of Change Industry (Cantra)Monreal pointed out that there are currently six initiatives in the Senate that seek to regulate digital work across platforms and home offices.

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“We have a number of initiatives that we want to take out. Information technology is an issue that we have to legislate, like artificial intelligence, cyber security and robotics are challenges that have already been faced by us and we need to legislate. faced and regulated, including digital platform are inevitable in Mexico,” he said.

One of the main issues to be established through reform is access to social security. Workers working on digital platforms.

From 2012, when the first digital platform started operating in the country, by 2020, became self-employed increased by 150 percentAccording to the report “Home Delivery Platforms in the Mexican Economy” by CIDE and MX Internet Association.

It is estimated in this study that by the end of 2020 some 243 thousand 794 people who work as delivery men in applications and believe they could add something during 2021 62 thousand people More to this profession.

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Whereas from 2021 to 2025 in addition to others 85 thousand people to the delivery sector. According to experts, excessive regulation in the case of digital work can discourage employment in this sector and take away its flexibility.

Standing: Rodrigo Fernández (left), President of Cantra, and Ricardo Monreal, Senator from Morena.

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