tag 'CVlizer'

  • two columns

    New release CVlizer

    Two-column resumes are currently very popular in recruiting: they are very easy to read and have a clear structure. However, what recruiters would sign one hundred percent, the machine, i.e. a parser, "sees" quite critically and presents it with problems. After all, a machine cannot easily recognize for itself whether two columns are independent or belong together. And so a visually appealing two-column CV quickly becomes a problem for some parsers or application tracking systems.

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  • Parser Optimisation

    CVlizer – optimal Optimizing

    When you’ve developed a product like CVlizer and you want to improve the quality further, you can only do one thing: Optimize, optimize, optimize. But how does it work? What does it take? And especially, why does it take so long until a flaw in the extraction of a specific CV is corrected?

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  • Parsing Applications

    Horror scenario: CVs end up in the Nirvana

    The trend to the automated (pre-)processing of application documents is unbroken and actually gathering pace in Central Europe. It is understandable that the topic Robot Recruiting and first sighting of application documents through computer algorithms – instead of human beings as it was until now – makes many job seekers feel uncertain.

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  • Declining numbers of applicants for vacancies

    Declining numbers of applicants for vacancies

     

    The shortage of skilled employees, declining numbers of applicants, serious difficulties in filling certain positions. A large number of companies that regularly advertise vacant positions can tell us a tale. The tactic „Post & Pray“ leads less and less to the desired success.

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  • 10 Years of JoinVision

    10 Years of JoinVision

    2006: Mozart-Year in Austria, in Germany wins FC Bayern Munich once again the football championship, in Swiss becomes Moritz Leuenberger the new Federal President, Pluto is the Planet Status annulled and … and JoinVision will be founded!

    Unbelievable how time is running: 10 Years JoinVision! 10 Years, in which semantic analysis of documents and information extraction became more and more our passion.

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