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DCR Workforce’s blog publishes thoughtful and analytical posts on industry patterns, developments and technology as well as valuable insights into today’s workplace economy and its impact on HR and Procurement trends. The posts contain information that can be practically leveraged, and imparts managers with the knowledge to evaluate and improve the outcomes of their daily professional activities.
Smart Track NOW - VMS Case Study

Smart Track NOW: DCR’s Mid-market VMS Solution Showcases Continued Success

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A major university was struggling to capture the details on its extended workforce with no end in sight. They realized they needed a Vendor Management System, but no matter where they turned, they were expensive, too sophisticated for their needs and took months to implement and integrate with exiting systems. Didn’t something exist that was  Click for full story…

Smart Track NOW Hackathon

Smart Track NOW Hackathon – The 5 Day Phenomenon

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The teams were selected. The project was defined. The race was on. Who was going to make it to the finish line first? Did either team find any surprises along the way? Were there any secret weapons? (Hint: Late nights and lattes plus plenty of pizza helped get everyone through the process, but alas there  Click for full story…

Leveraging Talent Pools within Your Vendor Management System

Leveraging Talent Pools within Your Vendor Management System

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What is your strategy for sourcing top talent through your staffing providers? If you are going to say it’s not in your control because it is the staffing provider who must meet such expectations, maybe it’s time to learn how an advanced Vendor Management System (VMS) like Smart Track can help you access relevant candidate  Click for full story…

The Seesaw Effect – Tracking Veteran Employment Statistics

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The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) released employment numbers for November 2016 which show that the national unemployment fell to 4.6% from 4.9%; but unfortunately veteran unemployment has increased from 4.3% to 4.8%! This is a rare occurrence, as national veteran unemployment usually lags the national civilian unemployment rate, and it shows a seesaw effect.  Click for full story…