Too long, didn’t watch: Here’s a recap of our webinar with language industry leaders Jinny Bromberg, Michelle Rabie, Simon Andriesen, and Kristin Quinlan.
CLI’s QA lead and certified Spanish interpreter Marisol attends Linguist Education Online’s conference and shares her insights from the event.
Find out why choosing an interpreting services company that’s quick, reliable, and supportive is the way to go.
Learn how a prepared interpreting services company like CLI can help health plans nail CMS call center monitoring.
Pride is a month-long celebration commemorating the Stonewall riots of 1969. Even though we’ve come a long way since then, more needs to be done to ensure equality for all.
Garden tip from CLI customer services rep Xee: If you’re a newb or want a hassle-free experience, do not grown anything with vines.
LEP patients are still experiencing barriers to vaccination. ConsejoSano’s Abner Mason describes a few strategies to help build trust and get more vulnerable people vaccinated.
Mental health interactions, like other interpreting scenarios, require interpreting know-how and a solid understanding of the code of professional ethics.
In the language services industry, interpretation companies work with two kinds of interpreters: staff interpreters or freelance interpreters. Most interpreting companies work with both. At CLI, our model is based on working primarily with professional interpreters who are remote independent contractors, and we wouldn’t change it for a thing. Why? Here are a few reasons.
In order to make healthcare more equitable for limited English proficient patient populations, easy access to medical interpreting services is