MIGRANT DAY LABORERS

They are people who, at regular intervals (6 months to 1 year), go to work in agricultural fields in the north of the country, for example: Sonora, Sinaloa, and Baja California, or to construction works and tourist services in places like Cancun, Playas del Carmen and Cozumel and Nayarit.

Most day laborers do not have formal contracts of employment; Their workdays go over the 8 hours allowed by law and are not given overtime pay, nor do they have health services. They also suffer from other situations of abuse and exploitation, harassment, extortion, and threats.

Services:

  • Consulting in processes of labor lawsuits because of accidents, deceit, breach of contract, and others.
  • Training in the promotion and defense of labor and social rights.
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