Have You Witnessed Live Interpreting? Me Neither, Until Now.

Vocalink Global’s language interpreters help others communicate across language and culture around 650,000 minutes every month.   Our on-site interpreters facilitate effective communication about [...]

Tips for Working with an Interpreter

We recently reviewed why it is important to use a professional interpreter to ensure effective communication with Limited-English-Proficient (LEP) individuals, whether they’re your patient, [...]

A Professional Interpreter – It’s Worth It

According to the US Census Bureau, more than 25 million Americans speak English “less than very well” [1]. That means this specific population is less able to access adequate health care, [...]

Court Decision: No “Absolute Right” to Waive Interpreting

We spend a lot of time talking about the circumstances under which organizations must provide interpreting services to their customers, patients, employees, and/or the public. But what about the [...]

The Interpreter Who Made Thanksgiving Possible

Americans celebrate Thanksgiving on the fourth Thursday of November every year. Thanksgiving is rooted in the historic cooperation between the Pilgrims who settled at Plymouth Rock in [...]

Interpreters: Independent Contractors or Employees?

Over the past several years, the United States Department of Labor ramped up its scrutiny of the classification of workers as “independent contractors.” Both the National Labor Relations Board [...]

A Day in the Life of an Interpreter

Vocalink Global sends its on-site interpreters out to interpret around 170 times every day, on average. Most businesses that use interpreting services see only a small slice of the interpreting [...]

Global Communications with Vialink: Video Remote Interpreting

See the power of real global communication! Today, overcoming the language and communication barriers to international commerce is the key to global market success. Vocalink, a leading [...]

City, courts to translate for immigrants, refugees

Read Full Article: City, courts to translate for immigrants, refugees Influx in foreign speakers creating a linguistic problem, officials say.   By Cornelius Frolik – Staff Writer, [...]

United We Are Strong!

This past week I had the pleasure of being part of International Medical Interpreters Association (IMIA) Annual Conference in Rockville, Maryland and United We Are Strong was the theme of the [...]

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