The Labor Report is a complement to decision-making, which provides clear and precise information on the references and jobs of future collaborators.
The “labor bureau” of workers in Mexico exists, despite the fact that many consider this to be a practice that violates human rights, since, among other things, it concentrates the information of the collaborators who filed a lawsuit against their employers, regardless of the result of the result.
How does it work?
The candidate signs a privacy notice and gives authorization to Buro Laboral México to enroll in the system, in order to be able to carry out a thorough investigation of their job references and work history with their past employers.
The online consultation system of BURO LABORAL MÉXICO , sends an email to the candidate so that they can fill out their work history, which is verified among other means, through a quality call to their past employers, with the purpose of confirming the employment relationship.
It is verified that the information provided by the applicant is correct and informs the applicant (Recruiter) about erroneous information in order to be able to ratify with the applicant.
It should be noted that the applicant at any time may exercise their ARCO rights (access, rectification, cancellation and opposition), as stipulated in the data protection law held by individuals and their registration will be removed from the Buro Laboral database. Mexico, simply by entering www.burolaboralmexico.com/trabajador . You can also go to the National Institute for Transparency, Access to Information and Protection of Personal Data (INAI) to guide you in the process.
In summary, we consider that the Labor Bureau is a resource that:
- Save time of human capitaldedicated to the search and integration of information.
- It is reliable and first-hand information that is also protected by law.
- Privacy notice authorizing the use of personal data accepted by the candidate to fill a place through our website or the contractor.