Labor Relations Strategy

The labor environment in Latin America is more politically-driven and of public interest than in other regions, with highly specific companies and industries regularly coming to the forefront of current events, and public policy. Traditionally, judicial decisions and legislation heavily favour the employee. Unions and Collective Bargaining Agreements are institutionalised in many markets, adding additional layers of complexity.

As such, changes to operations and structure, and continued financial viability to operate and adapt in these countries, is delicate. 

We can assist you as thinking partners, in designing your people strategy for the country in question, identifying potential blockers to business objectives and the alternatives available, in line with your business strategy.

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