The outsourcing industry in Mexico added another 150,000 jobs in the first half of 2015 — a mammoth 7.1% jump over 2014, according to the Mexican Association of Human Capital Companies (AMECH). This brings the total number of employees in the field to 4.9 million and means that outsourcing is continuing to have a big impact on increasing the number of people in the nation who work in the formal economy. “When there is a growth of this type of employment from year to year, there is a direct impact on the reduction of informal employment in Mexico,” said Martin Padulla, managing director of Staffing America Latina.
OECD Tax Change Impact
Monsterrat Colín, tax specialist, explains how the OECD's global corporate tax reform will impact the Nearshore.