translated from Spanish: The aguinaldo in times of covid

Employers have a legal and moral obligation to grant the aguinaldo to workers by December 20, despite the coronavirus pandemic. A fortnight’s wage is the minimum that must be given to workers for the employment benefit guaranteed in the Federal Labour Act.
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In the lyrics it sounds very good what the labour authorities in Sinaloa are raising, but in fact something else may happen. The health emergency over the coronavirus hit companies almost all year round, as within the measures taken to contain the problem was the closure of business. Some employers did not even pay workers during the duration of the measure because they had no income. There were even layoffs. The reopening of economic activities stopped this trend, but the recovery has been slow. Under these conditions entrepreneurs will arrive in December, where workers look forward to additional income in order to meet the Christmas and New Year commitments. It will be known whether or not employers meet that benefit.

Original source in Spanish

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