Below provided are the fields for which dates are extracted by the parser:
JobPeriod – The date which is mentioned within the resume. (for some cases like May 2020, the format will be fetched by the parser as May 2020 to Till).
FormattedJobPeriod – It is the formatted date. Like for 2020 to Present or 2020 – Now, etc., for all these kinds of cases, it will return the value in a standard format, i.e., 2020 to till
a). StartDate – It is the start date of the month.
E.g. . 2020 – 2021, the start date value will be 01/01/2020
May 2020 – 2021, start date values will be 01/05/2020
02 May 2020 – 2021, start date values will be 02/05/2020
b). EndDate – It is the end date of the month.
E.g. . 2019 – 2020, the end date value will be 31/12/2020
May 2020 – Jan 2021, end date values will be 31/01/2021
02 May 2020 – 12 Feb 2021, end date values will be 12/02/2021
IsCurrentEmployer – It will return true/false.
If a candidate is still working (means job period contain till/present/now, etc.), it will return true otherwise false.
We recommend using FormattedJobPeriod, as it is always in a standard format.
If the job period is mentioned like 2017 – this means the candidate is still working. And the value of the EndDate will be the current date (when the resume is parsed)
If the NON-DATE LIKE SYMBOLS in the "StartDate" and "EndDate" is defined, Then in such scenarios, Parser will return an empty string.
If you are parsing the doc/docx file and still not getting candidate image data, you can contact RChilli Support via creating a ticket at RChilli HelpDesk or sending an email at email@example.com. The Support Team will assist you further.