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Conference on Mexico Proposed Labor Law Reform Sheds Light on Upcoming Changes that will Impact Unions and the Mexico Workplace

With Mexico welcoming AMLO’s new government, new laws and policies are being introduced, and as a result keeping current with these changes is crucial.

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Baking Recipe For Success: Does Your Leadership Cake Have These 4 Ingredients?

Baking a cake and building a business are more similar than one might initially think; In order for either of these processes to be successful, there needs to be a deliberate and well-balanced combination of the key ingredients. Just as most chocolate cakes need flour, cocoa, eggs, and sugar, baking a leadership cake also requires some fundamental ingredients.

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How To Exhibit True Leadership In Turbulent Times

It is often said that the greatest of leaders are not born, but rather made. It is through hardship that they must learn to exhibit strength and direction, blazing a path that translates a vision into a reality. Any goal that is worthwhile will inevitably present obstacles along the way. True leaders are able to overcome such challenges and grow from them, empowering their followers to do the same by means of action and example.

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Barbachano International Honors Jorge Roldan on his 20th Anniversary

Barbachano International, Inc. (BIP), the premier leader of human capital solutions in Mexico, Latin America, and the United States, honored its longest-serving employee Jorge Roldan, who celebrated his 20th anniversary with the company on January 18. The milestone was commemorated with a luncheon where Mr. Roldan was praised by his peers who remembered and shared many special moments and achievements.

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Working for Someone Younger than Yourself? 5 Ways to Partner Successfully

Generational differences in the workplace can be hard to manage sometimes, but the bottom line is that maintaining positive work relationships with your colleagues and your boss is necessary in order to foster a desirable workplace culture. Whether it be completing a project,  responding to client needs, or working with a particular product, you should be willing to make a real effort to perform your best and meet your boss’ expectations, regardless of any age differences.

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