Note-taking and recording of minutes or statements
Directive 2009/38/CE of the EU Council states that businesses and groups of businesses in the EU must establish a European Works Council (EWC) in order to inform and consult their employees. This committee is called upon to meet regularly and an impartial third party must record the minutes (or write a report) containing the main events and decisions adopted by the parties present, at the end of each meeting.
We are regularly commissioned by businesses across Europe to take notes and record minutes in French or in English, both within the EU territory and in Switzerland.
Our main clients for the note-taking service are various pharmaceutical firms, a French giant in the manufacturing and distribution of construction materials, a multinational company specialising in paper and cardboard manufacturing, a chemical company, several large IT manufacturers, and a European association of dentistry and stomatology.
Among assignments completed by our note-takers and editors, we cite the support of American lawyers during a confidential investigation into a large electrical appliance manufacturer.
As another example, we can also cite the provision of secretarial services during world events such as the summit of the International Organisation of La Francophonie or Uruguay's trade round in the GATT.
Interested? Send us an email at info[arobase]traductions-gerard.be, specifying the place and dates of the event.
Our range of related products also includes transcription in French and English of conference acts, minutes in extenso, etc. Our team of transcribers is composed of approximately thirty typists, specialised among other things, in the typing of inventories, quotations, legal correspondence, dissertations, medical reports, operative reports, and all other more general documents.
You send us the documents to be typed in a digital audio file format (.dssm mp3 or others) and we will send the transcriptions back to you as soon as possible and in the format of your choice.
Interested? Send us an email at info[arobase]traductions-gerard.be