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Grab your go bag with your alternative identity and get while you still can.
Don't look back.
Is it the system doesn't work, or they never had any intention of processing those apps in the first place?
2nd2NULL252116dto clarify, it's about job applications. People can apply for various jobs on that page. Fill a form, data gets send per mail to the office email.
That email had a typo, so emails with the applicant info were never delivered....
2nd2NULL252116d@SortOfTested really don't know, they for sure want applicants...
I can imagine, that the employees were thinking as well "Hmm why no applicants?", but realized nobody else is asking and thought, "fuck it! less applicants, less work, I get the same salary...."
So, maybe, if I fix, I could potentially drop a bomb on someone...
p100sch106116dThere are some applicants that are no longer interested in the job that they applied for or the job is no longer vacant.
I would make sure to get rid of them before sending the rest along to HR.
If they question you about the sudden spike, you have two options: confess and properly apologize; Convinc them you thought that it was a recent slip up you missed and that you thought nothing of it at first and then properly apologize.
molaram347915dBlame it on the email provider dropping messages as spam, charge them to add DKIM, SPF and switch to a transactional email service (but hook it up via SMTP). Gonna chalk you up under "owes me beer".
Fast-Nop2795015dHow did the website ever go live without testing an applicants full workflow even one single time?!