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June 29 is the last day that natural persons, who are employers or employers, have deadline to do the payment of utilities to their workers, while legal entities, that is, companies had until May 30 to comply with this obligation. For this reason, the Ministry of Labor and Employment Promotion of Mexico City launched a forceful message About this benefit and the fines for those who do not comply with them.
The Ministry of Labor and Employment Promotion of Mexico City recalled that it is through the Labor Defense Attorney’s Office, which provides free legal advice to employees in relation to the right to receive profit sharing.
The agency in charge of José Luis Rodríguez Díaz de León explained that, from 2022 to date, the working population has been supported through 1,252 legal advice and 357 lawsuits for the payment of utilities with economic benefits of one million 728 thousand 264 pesos for employees.
Similarly, the secretary José Luis Rodríguez Díaz de León explained that the payment of utilities It is an inalienable labor human right that all workers have. This benefit It is a part of the profits that a company or an employer obtains from the productive activity, for which reason the Secretary of Labor and Promotion of Employment of Mexico City specified what the employees that NO receive them.
What can I do if I am NOT paid the profit sharing this 2023?
If you do not receive this benefit from the payment of utilities, the Secretary of Labor and Promotion of Employment of Mexico City urged the working population to go to the Labor Defense Attorney’s Office for legal advice, at San Antonio Abad 32, 2nd floor, Tránsito neighborhood, Cuauhtémoc City Hall ; Or, call the number 55 5709-3233, option 5 or extension 2010, 2011, 2014.
He profit sharing It is feasible when the company or employer has registered an annual income declared to the Income Tax (ISR), greater than 300,000 pesos in the previous fiscal year. Thus, the employer must allocate 10% of its fiscal profit, after the payment of taxes, and distribute it among the employees according to the hours worked and the daily salary of each one of them.
The workers that they have the right to receive profits They are those who have worked for at least 60 days in a company or for an employer, and who receive their income through the payroll. Likewise, there are some exceptions. As a sample, directors, administrators, general managers, partners and shareholders, temporary workers with less than 60 days worked in the corresponding year, and professional service providers do NOT receive this benefit.
Newly created companies, during the first year of operation are not required to pay utilities between his employeesas well as newly created companies that are dedicated to the development of a new product, as detailed by the Ministry of Labor and Employment Promotion of Mexico City.
This is the economic FINE for those who DO NOT comply with this benefit to their workers
It is important to mention that the profit sharing is regulated in the Federal Labor Law, in chapter VIII called “Worker Participation in Company Profits”, from article 117 to article 131, so if a workplace fails to comply with the payment of utilitieswill receive a penalty ranging from 250 to 5 thousand Units of Measurement and Update (UMA), that is, from 25,935 pesos to 518,700 pesos, for each affected worker.
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