Assessing the quality of translations and teaching translators based on their mistakes


If you ask the owner of any translation agency what is preventing their company from growing, the answer will often be their lack of qualified translators and editors. Despite the thousands of CVs submitted on various portals, it is extremely difficult to find a suitable specialist, especially if the client has a limited translation budget.

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Test translations: an age-old subject of dispute


Test translations are performed not only by translators hoping to find work with an agency, but also by agencies hoping to get orders from a new client. Nonetheless, translators are usually the ones questioning or disputing their usefulness and expedience.

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A busy manager is a bad manager


It’s a hard and fast rule that in order to achieve major goals, you need to expend a lot of physical and mental effort, coupled with a lot of willpower. But sometimes the head of a business is like a hamster on a wheel in his application of this. He’ll labor 12-16 hours a day, literally sacrificing himself to his company.

Sooner or later, these massive efforts bring results, and the self-sacrifice is a source of pride: the boss earns the moral right to say that his dedication enabled him to lead the business to success. But it is more likely that the “hamster-wheel syndrome” is the sign of an incompetent boss.

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