Editor's Note: Interpreters Want to See You Shine was first published on LinkedIn in 2017 where it was viewed more than 1800 times. I love my job. I know, I am lucky! The agencies that hire me usually go beyond the norm. But their clients have...

This being the last Friday of the year, we will share below the most popular posts of 2019, by month. The selection is based on the number of comments the post received and that will vary greatly with the seasons. Summer is an especially difficult...

Professor Barry Olsen, two colleagues, two actors and an unknown number of technical personnel put together a video that answers the question above and which has gone viral. We believe this video can be an important tool in educating newcomers, our clients and agencies to...

This post was originally published on August 2, 2013. It remains just as relevant. Enjoy. We humans are biologically programmed to walk into a situation and immediately start to assess it, right? In fact, what we see around us will often dictate how we conduct ourselves...

Have you ever met the interpreter who knew everything? I have. Well, not really. As a matter of fact, it’s not possible to have met such an interpreter, because nobody knows everything. That is the sad reality of being human. But I have most assuredly...

The text below is aimed at individuals who have been trained but are stepping into a booth as professionals for the first time. These are my thoughts —nothing scientific about them, just good old experience, gut and gumption. So, the first thing you need to do is...

The Couch is a learning place, not only for its contributors but also for our readers who engage in the ensuing discussions. What do you do when you are the victim of unusual practices or an out of control situation? I got this nice job offer, a really sweet deal: they...