Report: Some in government view translators and interpreters as low-wage workers, commonly abused by employers who misclassify them as contractors in an effort to escape taxes. While this behavior happens in some cases, this study found little evidence to support the idea that this is an intentional and widespread behavior or that it is applicable to the mainstream of the language industry. Some government agencies are auditing language service providers and applying fines and sanctions on small companies which find it difficult to navigate a sea of obscure and conflicting regulations.
10 May 10, 2017
InterpreterEd .com2021-09-16T14:42:35-07:00The Professional Linguist Perspective on Independent Contracting – Part 2InterpreterEd .com2021-09-16T14:42:35-07:00