Jan 09, 2021
RCW 41.56.510(2)(c) lists professional development and training as one of the mandatory subjects for collective barganing. Article 4 of our union contract contains professional development provisions that your bargaining team negotiated with the state. Throughout the years, our union has been able to improve the quality of our state certification. Click on the title to find out more.
Jan 09, 2021
Pursuant to federal laws and regulations, IRC 501(c)(6) professional associations and IRC 501(c)(3) educational organizations are barred from negotiating pay rates for freelancers. For more information, please visit the Federal Trade Commission website. Click on the title for a list of organizations.
Nov 21, 2011
Interpreters United/AFSCME Council 28 represents spoken language interpreters some of whom also have translator credentials. Many of our members work outside of the social and medical interpreting fields as well. If you would like to be referred to one of our union members, please contact us at local1671[AT]gmail.com. 
What interpreters do and how they do it_2023-11-27.pdf

Aug 11, 2021

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