Since July 2016 my first assignment with them this year I did not get a penny!! Despite calls and emails, no results. | They are making interpreters sign that they are contractors, not employees, so we cannot complain to Ministry of Labour, we have to go to court, most people don’t do that as many of the interpreters are newcomers and are not familiar with the system. | Ministry of labour must accept interpreters’ complaints and not believe that we are contractors and start realizing that we are victimes. | This is going for years, and I have red newspapers reports about interpreters experiences from the past, you can see the followings: | slator.com/industry-news/canadian-interpreter-pay-dispute-gets-national-media-attention/ | www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/able-cbc-investigates-1.3283950 | www.thestar.com/news/gta/2015/10/29/translators-say-getting-paid-an-uphill-battle.html | Now we are in 2017: Still, we are facing the same problem; the government did not take actions to help yet!
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