DCR TrendLine shares analyses of trends and happenings in the staffing industry. The September edition covers a range of topics, including the latest employment numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and worker satisfaction with their wages. This month’s edition focuses on some topics gaining a lot of attention lately such as workplace flexibility, the upcoming global labor shortage, and the top metro cities with job opportunities for contingent workers. Be sure to keep an eye out for our quarterly feature – “What’s Trending in the Temp Market” – to see the hottest trends for Q3. September is back-to-school month in many U.S. cities, and to commemorate the start of the new school year, our monthly industry highlight is on education services. We also follow-up on last month’s article about Generation Z by providing tips for employers to engage and manage these workers. Our feature article this month looks at one of the biggest buzzwords for companies – global. We discuss how HR can be organized and designed to better meet the global objectives of companies, while still taking local actions.
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Note: 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.
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