CLI’s QA lead and certified Spanish interpreter Marisol attends Linguist Education Online’s conference and shares her insights from the event.
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.
The California State Senate recently passed a bill classifying many freelance workers as employees. Some professions are exempt, but interpreters are not. Find out what you can do to support an amendment for contract interpreters and translators.
Freelance interpreters and translators make up the vast majority of language service professionals. Learn more about the top need-to-know facts.
Independent contractors are vital to the language services industry. California bill AB5 threatens the ability of language professionals to operate as freelancers. What you need to know about AB5.