LNI Interpreters

Interpreters deserve professional pay, respect and fairness!

By organizing for power with Interpreters United (WFSE), L&I interpreters will have the opportunity to negotiate and advocate for improvements.

Hourly Minimum Per Appointment
Protection Against Claw Backs
Reimbursement for Late Cancellations/No-shows
A Voice in Our Profession
Much more!

A small group of direct billers that call themselves WA Interpreters are trying to prevent many L&I interpreters from joining a union.

In the depths of the pandemic, Interpreters United (WFSE) was there for our fellow interpreters.

Labor and Industries (L&I) just announced that it is launching interpretingWorks, its online scheduling system for interpreters, starting April 12.

By forming a union with Interpreters United (WFSE), you and your extended family members can earn a college education for free.

You read that right.

Why are so many interpreters taking L&I jobs saying they're going to vote for Interpreters United (WFSE) in the election? 

We are a real union. 

Our demands were heard! L&I announced that 94% of all payments will be made at the end of this pay cycle.

Many of you came to the last two Interpreters United (WFSE) Town Halls and made your demands clear.

Over 60 interpreters showed up to the last Interpreters United (WFSE) Town Hall and made their demands clear.

10 Questions for Your Union

Any union should be able to answer the questions below. If it can't, beware!