We live in the age of connectivity on multiple devices and the recruitment of interpreters is adapting to the new technological environment.
Many organisations run their own web-calendar to track interpreter availability and offer work. Gabriel Cordova explains how Interpreter Calendars fits into this mix, describing is as an add-on to the traditional secretariat/diary service.
Interpreter Calendars is a non-profit group of some 100 members that caters to the Geneva market. Gabriel explains the philosophy behind the venture.
Interpreters are acutely aware that new technology has made remote simultaneous interpreting a viable arrangement for meetings. This conversation between Peter Sand and Gabriel Cordova considers how technology might impact another important aspect of the interpreter’s life – recruitment.4