I am talking of the situation when the application is rejected at the resume screening stage without human contact, not post interview.
In the age of online applications banning would be as simple as filtering the contact emails. A genuine candidate would have the same contact emails in all updated resume and could be easily affected.
I think most of us assume the resume we have created at the moment is good and use it to apply to jobs. Lets say you are rejected for whatever reason and coincidentally you've created a better resume, again which you think is good at the moment, and you reapply. Would that annoy the recruiter enough to ban you?
Just want to know how things work. I am assuming it is a single recruiter or a small group where everyone knows every detail. I am especially interested in recruiters that are HR of the said companies, more than outsourced/contracted recruiters.
Tangentially, what is considered "good form" when re applying after rejection without even a human contact and nothing is mentioned about wait period?