Column Highlights

ATA Takes a Stand on AB5; Striving for Better Communication; Board Meeting Highlights; Of Translators and Librarians; Why We Need Glossaries; and Common Errors in English>Spanish Certification Exams.

  • California Assembly Bill 5: ATA Takes a Stand

    From the President

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  • Of Translators and Librarians


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  • Common Errors Found in the English>Spanish Certification Exam

    Certification Forum

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  • Glossaries for Translators: Why You Need Them

    Business Practices

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  • Board Meeting Highlights

    From the Executive Director

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  • Striving for Better Communication

    From the President-Elect

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  • California Passes AB5

    Both houses of the California State Legislature have now passed Assembly Bill 5 (AB5), the landmark legislation that seeks to redefine independent contractor status. No exemption was made for translators and interpreters.

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  • ATA Board Delays Decoupling Certification Exam

    After receiving feedback from members regarding opening the ATA certification exams to nonmembers (planned for January 1, 2020), the ATA Board voted to postpone this change until January 1, 2021.

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  • ATA 2019 Elections

    Calling all Voting members! Participating in ATA’s annual elections is your opportunity to help shape the future of the Association. Here are the candidate statements for ATA’s Board of Directors, along with information on the proposed Bylaws revision and proposed amendments to ATA’s Articles of Incorporation.

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