Translation – The Solution You Need

In our recent blog post, Translation – A Service Rather Than a Commodity, we explored translation as a powerful component of your business, rather than a simple commodity to be purchased. But [...]

Translation – A Service Rather Than a Commodity

With the introduction and advancement of machine translation in today’s world, just about anyone can “translate” content. Both free options, like Google Translate, and more sophisticated, [...]

Workplace Safety for Your Multicultural Organization

As we gear up for the Ohio Safety Congress & Expo here at Vocalink, we’re thinking a lot about employee safety and security. When considering workplace safety, it is common to think of [...]

What It Takes to Be a Great Translator

Translation is thought to be one of the top 10 most in-demand skills of 2019. But what does that mean for you and your translation needs? What qualities should a good translator possess? Keep [...]

Modern Usage of Braille in Today’s Society

In our previous blog, “The ABC’s of Braille Literacy,” we learned the most important terminology surrounding Braille. In this blog, we’ll take a look at the modern usage of Braille. How is [...]

The Right to Remain Silent in Any Language

You Have the Right To Remain Silent Anyone familiar with America police drama TV shows, movies, or books knows these famous lines:   You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can [...]

Happy Holidays!

Vocalink Global extends warm holiday wishes from our family to yours!

Overcoming Low Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency

It’s December and high school students across Ohio are taking “end-of-course exams.” These exams are one of the ways students can earn the “graduation points” they need to graduate with a high [...]

The Twelve Terms of Translation

Thanksgiving is over and much of the world is getting ready to celebrate a full holiday season … Christmas, Hanukkah, Mawlid el-Nabi, Las Posadas, Kwanzaa, Omisoka, Yule, and more! We thought [...]

A Win-Win: Engage Your Multilingual Workforce and Manage Risk

In our last blog, we discussed a recent court decision that found an employer’s anti-harassment workplace policy was “defective or dysfunctional” because a Spanish-speaking foreman (aka, a [...]