Creating a Polish advert

If you are looking for talent in different countries, ATS Recruitis allows you to create a foreign response form for a specific position.

Now let's see how to properly set up the individual elements specifically for the Polish ad:

1. Setting up a foreign language reply form

You start by adding a new template by clicking on the "Add Template" button in the  Settings | Response Forms Add the necessary form elements and set their labels in a foreign language (in our case Polish).

response form settings
template - reply form

💡In order to have a selection of tags in a foreign language, the tags need to be set in a foreign language in the Nabuilding | Tag Management.



2. Create custom GDPR consents in a foreign language

You can create foreign language versions of GDPR consents in the Settings | Legal Information Settings menu at the bottom under "Consents for custom response forms". For a new language, you need to create at least one version of the consent with storage in the database and one version of the information obligation.

💡 It's not enough to translate the Czech version of the GDPR texts, but you also need to take into account the local legislation in the country where you want to publish your adverts. Your DPO should provide you with the necessary information.

consents for self-response forms
sample consent

You can then add foreign language versions of the GDPR consent form in the response form settings and save the template for the Polish version of the response form. You can then proceed to create a foreign position in Polish.


3. Creating a foreign position

On the first page of the job editor, you fill in the required information about the job and select the desired language in the "language of the advertisement". In our case it is Polish.

💡 The language of the advert doesn't mean that the text is translated into Polish or anything like that. Primarily it's a flag that then controls communication with candidates - e.g. auto-responder, NPS, etc.

job editor

You then continue in the editor and fill in the additional data. At the bottom of the page, under "Response form template", select the template you have just created for the Polish position. The position is ready for publication.

choosing a template for the reply form

Using a link to a specific response form

To use the answer form on third-party websites (career sites, job portals), the "csid" parameter is used in the URL address (for a description of this functionality, see Settings | Manage answer sources), you can tag such candidates directly with the source with the portal name.

💡 Example:

You want to place an advertisement on "". You click on "Settings" then on "Answer Sources", where you add a new source and copy its ID (the page name does not have to match the source name, it's just for clarity).

Example procedure:

1. I get the ID of the resource I want to use for the form.

2. Get the URL of the form for the position

3. I add the source ID via the "csid" parameter to the URL

4. I will use the resulting link as a link to the answer form e.g. on the job portal


💡 The resulting URL will be:

(note: if you create a feed on your account, it will have a different ID than the one used here in this example)


finding the source ID
link to the reply form
reply form

When the form is submitted, the source is immediately assigned to the answer, so it is clear from which source the candidate answered.

Below you can see how the candidate's card may look after filling in the form.

the source of the answer on the candidate's card

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