Tampa, Florida (PRWEB) October 16, 2011
When spam infiltrates your VWorker mailbox, there is a solution. The new Vworker spam feature will help employers detect spam. The spam feature allows employers to weed out authentic employee interest from spam. Notorious spammers will be banned.
The spam feature allows interested employees to carefully read over the job description. Workers will be asked to summarize the job description in two to three sentences in their own words. The extra step will allow truly interested honest workers to bid for these jobs. Moreover, employers will be able to identify spammers from authentic applicants.
Spammers who try to flood employer inboxes with needless information will be penalized. The first step is to exclude them from VWorker for 24 hours. If the same employee spams a total of three times, they will be banned and excluded from VWorker. Bidding spam is not tolerated in VWorker because it creates a clear distraction for employers trying to fill a position. Employers have the authorization to report employees who are not following proper spam feature ethics.
VWorker’s goal is to provide a conducive environment for employers and employees to connect. The spam feature provides a resource for employers when employees are spam bidding. Furthermore, reducing spam and spammers promotes business growth and transparency. The spam feature is set to enhance overall VWorker functionality. Employers will be able to decipher between honest mail and spammers. Bidding spammers will not be able to paste and copy job descriptions. Employees are required to bid with sincerity. VWorker continues to enhance business processes and offer utmost quality in employer/employee relations.
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