Bargaining update: Interpreters bargaining priorities survey continues

interpreters-51216aFrom the Interpreters Bargaining Team: Our bargaining team met again with the state on May 12 and 13.

We continued to work to improve our rights around what happens when a provider fails to check us out and we don’t get paid for the services we provided.

We also spent considerable time on ideas about how to raise standards to keep competent interpreters working and prevent our profession from being flooded.

We meet again with the state on June 17 where we will begin reviewing the priorities you’ve shared with us, and crafting our economic proposals.

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