Working Remotely in Mexico

What are the rules and regulations that companies have to follow when their team members work remotely in Mexico?

Overview on remote work regulations in Mexico

The first amendment, in January 2021, regulated teleworking or home working. This new labour regime was defined as a subordinate and remunerated activity performed anywhere other than the employer's facilities, which does not require the employee to be present at the workplace,

and in which information and communication technologies are primarily used for the employer and employee to communicate instructions.


  • MXN 400/year

Recommended allowances

  • Home internet
  • Electricity
  • Equipment for home office

Additional allowances

  • N/A
For more details about remote working regulations in countries around the world check out our remote work regulations guide.

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