Monthly Archives: January 2014

Should I Provide A Spanish Application?

Short answer: Yes!

More and more of today’s potential workforce is bi-lingual, with their primary language being Spanish. By providing an optional Spanish employment application, you suddenly open yourself up to many more applicants that may otherwise not apply for your job openings.

True, it can be complicated to provide an application in Spanish, especially if you don’t personally speak Spanish. However, technology has progressed to a point that you can now easily translate your application to Spanish. Google Translate is a great example of a tool that will help you translate your content into Spanish…or almost any other language. These translation tools aren’t perfect, but they come pretty close.

Now, if you combine a multi-language employment application along with the use of the Internet, and you cater to almost all candidates. Ninja Gig provides you with easy-to-use online job applications that are also quickly translatable into Spanish. Sign up for a free trial today, and you can be up and running in minutes.