23 April

Being an ambitious woman in México

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Regardless of your situation – expat’s wife or expat yourself – you live in Mexico and want to work there. But you tell yourself that the still very “sexist” Mexican attitude will stand in the way of your career. Is it true, or false? Find your answer here, through real stories of Mexican women and mine as a woman expat... Lire la suite →

7 March

A crab basket at work, in Mexico?

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The expression also exists in Mexico at work. Which is surprising when you know that Mexicans are anything but aggressive! Its meaning differs from the French one I was familiar with. Here is some insight to help you understand and grasp how Mexicans behave at work, regardless of your position in the firm. A particular team spirit in Mexico One... Lire la suite →

30 January

Expat2work, the origin

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After a promising career start in France, Mélanie had difficulty finding a job in Mexico, where she moved. Empowered by her experience, she just started her business to help new expats there. She tells us about her experience. « After 7 years working in international finance in big industrial groups, I became business controller. I managed a small team of... Lire la suite →

22 January

(Français) Travailler au Mexique et avec les Mexicains

posted on 22 January 2014 by

You just accepted a job offer in Mexico: here are a few tips to help overcome cultural obstacles and achieve a successful integration. A local contract means extremely long hours from a European perspective. Holidays are scarce: 6 days a year for the first two years. But rest assured, there are many public holidays and you can negotiate everything. Mexicans... Lire la suite →