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Director : Werner Herzog.
Producer : Michael Benaroya, Pablo Cruz, Werner Herzog, Nina Maag.
Release : November 17, 2016
Country : Bolivia, France, Germany, Mexico, United States of America.
Production Company : ARTE France Cinéma, Canana Films, Benaroya Pictures, Construction Film, Skellig Rock.
Language : Español, English.
Runtime : 98 min.
Genre : Thriller.

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  1. 6 Comments

    • Alina says:

      Great article, Megan! I have too come across defensive people that would not accept they can make a mistake. It is all about good communication between the parties. If the client comes back saying they are not happy, ask them for examples in the translation where they think there is a mistake or maybe another term would have been used. If they can’t exactly point it out, it is clear that they don’t really have the skills to assess it. Like you said, clients sometimes need to be educated in order to understand what we do.

      • Megan Onions says:

        Thanks very much for your feedback and comments, Alina. Your suggestion is a great idea. Asking a client (in a polite way, of course) to identify specific problem areas is a good indicator of how well they are able to assess the quality of a translation. The other options that I presented in the post can then be considered with a view to finding a good solution for everyone.

        I’m sure readers will appreciate your sound advice, so thanks for contributing!

    • Caroline Lakey says:

      Hi Megan, Great article, you make some excellent points! Having worked as a Guest Care Manager in the travel industry (in a former life) I’m unfortunately quite well-versed in the art of dealing with complaints. I agree that taking responsibility is VITAL!
      Tying into your last point about pre-project procedures, one thing that I had drummed into me regularly was the importance of “managing client expectations”. I think it’s important to make sure that the client knows what they can expect from you when they choose you for their project – things like delivery format and whether any DTP/page layout tasks are included, as well as the obvious delivery date and price.
      I’d also say don’t be afraid to ask questions if something needs to be clarified, so that you can understand and meet their expectations. I have to admit that I fell down on this one just yesterday – paragraphs of text for a company brochure, with little punctuation-less phrases at the beginning of each one. “They’re the section titles” I thought, and ploughed happily on with the translation. However, it turned out that they weren’t section titles but subtitles (the client hadn’t thought to send the main titles, as they were part of a different file). It was easily sorted, but if I had asked the question I could have avoided the issue.
      Have a good Friday!

      • Megan Onions says:

        Thanks for reading and taking the time to comment, Caroline! I completely agree, and appreciate you sharing your sound advice! The pre-project discussions are the ideal opportunity to ensure that both parties know what is expected of them, and gives us the chance to show our professionalism.

        Thanks again, and have a great weekend!

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    • Marie Brotnov says:

      Hi Megan, sorry for the late reply, but I just came across this post and can relate! I’ve made mistakes and I agree that taking responsibility is the only thing to do. Of course it’s better to prevent errors by communicating with the client before delivery, but I’ve found that can backfire, too! One time I asked a client for clarification on a couple of industry-specific terms, figuring I was being a good scout by verifying rather than guessing and hoping for the best, but this client then wanted to know if she still had to pay for these words since she had done the work on them… I’d love to find out from others how they manage expectations beforehand with direct clients.