Unauthorized Database Mining Policy
Protecting Our Users
While JobsInPA.com realizes the importance of being able to search the database for resumes, it is imperative that we protect our job seekers from unsolicited contacts including phone calls, mail and e-mail, that are unrelated to the job search nature of our website. This is a very sensitive issue for our job seekers as they have identified "SPAM" (defined as completely unfocused or inappropriate job offers) as their #1 complaint. Our ability to remain a meaningful website to both job seekers and companies requires that we remain diligent in ensuring the needs of both parties are met - and not abused.
In order to protect our job seekers and registered customers as well as the integrity of the JobsInPA.com website, JobsInPA.com maintains a stringent policy prohibiting unauthorized database mining.
Policy Prohibiting Unauthorized Data Base Mining
The JobsInPA.com Policy Against Unauthorized Data Base Mining is as follows:
- Companies may not inquire on more than 50 resumes per day. This is a daily limit and, as such, if a company does not use all 50 inquires in one day, the "remaining" inquiries may not be carried over to the following day.
- Any inquiries conducted must be on a qualified keyword search basis with keywords related only to your industry. Any inquiries performed to resumes that do not have industry related keywords are prohibited. Such inquiries will be flagged as unsolicited contacts and will be in violation of the JobsInPA.com Policy Against Unauthorized Data Base Mining.
- JobsInPA.com exercises a zero tolerance policy to unauthorized communications to members of our applicant database. Any company found in violation of the JobsInPA.com Policy Against Unauthorized Data Base Mining will be immediately denied access to the Website.
- Additionally, any company denied access to the Website for violating this policy will do so at a forfeiture of payments made to JobsInPA.com.
View our Acceptable Use Policy.