January 29, 2013
Each month, DCR Workforce brings you greater insight into the temporary staffing market. The Trendline Report, offered to you at no charge, provides original research and cutting-edge analysis of contingent worker demand and supply, and predictive forecasts of wage trends. We provide the context you need to set the course for what happens next.
Inside This Issue:
- DCR National Temp Wage Index
- Fiscal cliff: Is it on the Solid Ground?
- Percent change in weekly Wages (year-over-year)
- Adoption of social media by enterprises: A double-edged sword
- Applying Unstructured Data Analytics to Customer Feedback Data
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Metrics usually vary from company to company and there are several statistics and trends delivered on employment, labor etc. by different services. However, a holistic approach to category management when it comes to workforce as well as the ability to generate trends which provide actionable information has been hard to find. Management would be benefited by a view that first allows them to pick a category and the spend, workforce, headcount and usage in all different aspects for that category.
Our publication of DCR Trendline provides trends over time, geography, categories and other spend management related parameters for different industries which will provide decision enablers in the hands of management.
DCR Trendline is published every monthly. We look forward to hearing from you soon!
DCR Market Intelligence Editorial Staff!!!
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