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Our vision is to conduct and coordinate political actions and programs of the state government, for the management and operation of all areas attached to the Ministry of Labor, in order to meet the objectives determined by the State Executive and the constitutional provisions and legal applicable to the office.

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Secretary of Labor

CP María Estela Chavira Martínez

911 Emergencies
089 Anonymous report
065 Red Cross
089 Citizen's Denunciation
  • 25 of June of 2019
Labor policy prevails, to generate welfare and legal certainty for Tamaulipas

Labor policy prevails, to generate welfare and legal certainty for Tamaulipas

The state executive follows up on his labor policy, to generate a better future for Tamaulipas workers, as well as a legal, effective and ...
  • 20 of June of 2019
Training courses closed and work tool delivered in El Mante and Xicoténcatl

Training courses closed and work tool delivered in El Mante and Xicoténcatl

Derived from the policies of Governor Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca, is how a project aimed at providing benefits and a better quality is consolidated ...
  • 18 of June of 2019
First Fair of Employment, Valle Hermoso 2019, to generate progress and more employment

First Fair of Employment, Valle Hermoso 2019, to generate progress and more employment

The Governor of the State Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca, carries out actions aimed at promoting progress and the creation of more and better ...
  • 17 of June of 2019
Promote self-employment, to generate safe and paid work

Promote self-employment, to generate safe and paid work

The encomienda of Governor Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca, is to support the Tamaulipas and be attentive to their needs. ST-023-2019 June 17 of the 2019 ...
  • 14 of June of 2019
Tamaulipeco, nationally selected to work in Quebec, Canada

Tamaulipeco, nationally selected to work in Quebec, Canada

The governor Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca, drives in an orderly manner, the flow of temporary workers abroad, specifically to the United States, Canada and ...
  • 12 of June of 2019
Campaign is launched and CITI Inter-Secretarial Commission is set up to eradicate Child Labor in Tamaulipas

Campaign is launched and CITI Inter-Secretarial Commission is set up to eradicate Child Labor in Tamaulipas

One of the challenges of Governor Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca, is to seek the welfare of the Tamaulipas and an environment that guarantees their rights ...
  • 08 of June of 2019
They offer Safe Labor Mobility, for Tamaulipecos farm laborers

They offer Safe Labor Mobility, for Tamaulipecos farm laborers

The governor Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca, it generates better living conditions, of transfer and work, for the Tamaulipas who migrate for work reasons. ST-020-2019 ...
  • 11 of April of 2019
In Tamaulipas, security, stability and growth opportunities are privileged

In Tamaulipas, security, stability and growth opportunities are privileged

In Tamaulipas, stability will prevail, and we will continue to promote economic development, because we are the ones who want progress and peace. ST-018-2019 April 11 ...
  • 04 of April of 2019
Employment Fairs, opportunities that generate better living conditions

Employment Fairs, opportunities that generate better living conditions

For the wise actions of Governor Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca, national and international companies turn to see Tamaulipas, where the ...
  • 28 of March of 2019
2 thousand 850 offers more vacancies, for young people from the south of Tamaulipas

2 thousand 850 offers more vacancies, for young people from the south of Tamaulipas

Derived from labor policies implemented by Governor Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca, companies trust and bet on Tamaulipas, to establish their ...

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Libramiento United Nations with Prolongation Blvd. Praxedis Balboa
S / N CP 87083, Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas, Mexico

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