DCR TrendLine September 2015 | DCR Workforce Blog

DCR TrendLine September 2015

DCR TrendLine September 2015DCR TrendLine shares analyses of trends and happenings in the non-employee workforce industry. The September edition examines employment in the legal services sector, key trends in the staffing industry, and the employee versus contractor debate. We present our quarterly topic of “What’s Trending in the Workforce” and discuss the top reasons to shift to a data-driven HR model. This month, we’re also uncovering the best paying jobs for workers with high school degrees and the fastest growing economies in the world. Our feature article discusses the importance of good data for strategic decision-making.

Visit the DCR TrendLine website at trendline.dcrworkforce.com to easily access all of our current and previous articles, and view comprehensive charts of real-time trends.

  • DCR National Temp Wage Index
  • Current staffing and recruiting trends
  • Best paying jobs for workers with high school degrees
  • The fastest growing economies in the world
  • What’s trending in the workforce – Q3 of 2015
  • Employment trends in Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia, and Brunei
  • Top reasons to shift to a data-driven HR model
  • Industry highlight: Legal services index
  • All data is not created equal
  • Employee vs. contractor

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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!!!

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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The content on this blog is for informational purposes only and cannot be construed as specific legal advice or as a substitute for competent legal advice. They reflect the opinions of DCR Workforce and may not reflect the opinions of any individual attorney. Do contact an attorney for advice specific to your issue or problem.
Lalita is a people/project manager with extensive experience in operations, HCM and training and development across industries like banking, education, business consulting, BPO and information technology. She believes in a dynamic approach to life and learning as change is the only constant.