It's not a job application site but we do have a site for collecting data on perspective students that is wide open for anyone to submit anything. We put the data in an import file on the iSeries and have an Admissions office employee review the data and approve or reject each entry. If they see Donald Duck they reject it. We are going to be doing an online job application later this year and will most likely use the same process. If your worried about false applications what do you do with a current paper app that could have been filed out by anyone with any name. Someone in HR looks it over before entering it for real.
Mike <koldark@xxxxxxxxx> 11/8/2006 10:06:03 AM >>>
*** Please pay close attention when replying to a message on this list! *** If you want the reply to go to the list, use REPLY-TO-ALL *** Recruiters may advertise only permanent employment positions in this list. I hope this is somewhat on topic here. So we are developing a new online job application site. How do you protect against bot filling in junk data? Do you just ignore it? Do you force the registrant to create some sort of an account? Some other form of verification that it is a real person? There is a different of opinion between the developer and myself on how to do it. He thinks account, I think that will potentially turn people away.