News, Insights and Best Practices for Manufacturing in Mexico

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Hiring Employees In Mexico vs The US

Manufacturing in Mexico requires U.S. businesses to employ and train a whole new workforce, and as such, companies need to utilize a specific set of hiring strategies that are distinct to Mexican...

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State of The Manufacturing Workforce in Mexico and The U.K.

The manufacturing industry in the UK, and partially in the U.S., has had difficulty attracting manufacturing talent over the past decade. The industry hasn’t been able to change the perceptions...

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Mexico's Manufacturing Workforce Continues to Enhance its Skills

Developing manufacturing skill sets requires specific education in assembly production and an understanding of how to properly utilize technical innovations to optimize the fabrication process....

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What is an Aguinaldo in Mexico?

An aguinaldo is a law mandated Christmas bonus provided to all employees in Mexico by their employers that is meant to cover the extra holiday expenses. Mexico’s Federal Labor Law states that all...

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Manufacturing in Mexico Drives Continuous Improvement

Be it implementing lean strategies, enhancing the workforce's skill sets or systematizing the supply chain, manufacturers are always looking for ways to improve and become more successful in the...

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3 Manufacturing Specialties of the Mexican Labor Force

Mexico is quickly becoming a leader in manufacturing as many industries choose to nearshore and expand their company into the country. Growing industry clusters throughout the country are...

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Defining Nearshore Manufacturing in Mexico

Nearshore Manufacturing is a cost effective way to manufacture in neighboring countries for closer product distribution, skilled labor, trade benefits, and financial stability. In recent years...

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Creating A Culture of Teamwork in the Manufacturing Community

When a manufacturer decides to offshore its production process to Mexico, it may worry that its culture of collaboration may not translate to the new factory. The production environment relies on...

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Manufacturing in Tijuana

Mexican border cities are the mecca of manufacturing for companies who need to lower costs, connect with their customers, and find skilled employees. Manufacturing in Tijuana is a prime example of...

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Severance Pay in Mexico

When thinking about costs and employees in Mexico, managing severance under labor law is important, especially when dealing with labor competition from other operations. HR departments are smart...

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