Making Rejection Statements Mandatory
Right now one of the biggest complaints I see discussed here and on reddit is that rejection reasons are nonsensical. The biggest issue is when generic store is selected for things that are not stores, but there are all sorts of examples of rejection reasons that don't match the nominations. One of the reasons that discussion participants believe this happens is that the real reason is "does not meet criteria" and this rejection reason requires a reviewer to type in an explanation of why the candidate does not meet the criteria. If all rejection reasons required the reviewer to explain why, do you think we would get the actual rejection reason instead of bogus reasons that do not require an explanation?