• When a CV turns into a crime scene

    Software Developers as Detectives

    At some point, most of our customers inevitably face an awkward situation: our CV-Parser CVlizer does not extract the information that is actually contained in a CV. The CV in question may look like any other – and yet: the result of its extraction process appears to be a patchwork of letters or it seems at least quite mysterious. How can that happen?

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  • PDF is the dominating formatting tool in the world of CVs

     file formats in application documents

    An essential function of a CV Parser is to support the highest possible number of file formats, so that the entire range of documents provided by job candidates can be satisfactorily processed.

    In this context, JoinVision has thoroughly revised the document conversion engine of the CV Parser “CVlizer” during the past weeks.

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  • Christmas in the sign of the international refugee crisis

    Christmas in the sign of the international refugee crisis

    Instead of sending christmas cards and –presents, we are supporting a Vienna organisation, which takes care of refugees. We decided us for the Red Cross, in particular for the refugee accommodation at the Gasgasse 6. This refugee accommodation, which the Red Cross hosts, is just a few days in operation and needs all the help they can get.

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  • Due to "Merger": More than Rich

    Due to "Merger": More than Rich

     It's not a shame to be rich. And that's also a recruiter's opinion. So why should you settle only with the candidate's CV while an entire application portfolio with a cover sheet, a cover letter, certificates, reports and much more is at your disposal?
    By integrating the CVlizer module HRmerger into the capture process of the application documents, this question becomes moot. The Merger enables a comprehensive candidate profile based on the contents of all documents received.

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