Workstream enables recruitment in Spanish, which helps in expanding your applicant pool, connecting with qualified talent, and translating existing processes into Spanish.
To enable Spanish translation, follow the steps below:
Note: If you don't have the option to enable Spanish in hiring, reach out to your admin.
STEP 1: Go to the Company tab. Under the Career pages, select the brand/location you wish to recruit in Spanish. Toggle on Spanish hiring then, click the Save button at the top right of the page.
Note: This feature automatically translates your career pages and job postings. You can enable this setting by location.
STEP 2: When creating a Position template, toggle on the Spanish recruiting below 'Which department is this job in?" on the Position details page.
Note: To create a Position template, click here and follow the step-by-step procedure.
STEP 3: When creating a job posting, toggle on the Spanish recruiting after "What position is this?" on the Job posting details page.
Note: To create a Job posting, click here and follow the step-by-step procedure.
To view the job posting in Spanish, click next until you reach the Preview page. Then, select the Spanish tab.
STEP 4: To view this job posting on your career page, go to the Sourcing tab > scroll down to the Careers page and click Change > select the brand and position which has the Spanish translation turned on > Select > Copy Link.
STEP 5: Open a new browser and paste the link. Your applicant should be able to select what language they wish to view it.
Q: How do I know if an applicant applied in Spanish?
A: Go to the Applicants tab > search for the applicant's name. You can tell that they applied in Spanish if you see a "Spanish-speaking" label under their name.
Or, in the Application tab, you'll be able to see that the applicant's Preferred language is Spanish.
Q: What do applicants see when the Spanish translation is enabled in the job postings?
A: When Spanish translation is enabled in your job postings, applicants will have the option to view the content in Spanish. This ensures that they can easily understand and engage with the information provided.
On the Careers page, applicants will have the option to view in Spanish.
Applicants will have the option to view the application in Spanish.
Applicants will have the option to schedule their interview in Spanish.
Applicants will get confirmation about their scheduled interview in Spanish.
Q: What information are translated into Spanish?
A: The Full Job Description, Additional Forms, Quizzes, Scheduling stages, and Automated message templates are all translated into Spanish.
When an applicant submits their application in Spanish, their answers are automatically translated back into English. This allows non-Spanish users who view the answers within the Workstream platform to evaluate the applicant effectively.
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