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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.
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Independent Contractor Classification Compliance within your Vendor Management System

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Skilled workers have so much demand for their services that many of them are opting to work as independent contractors, at hefty bill rates. Professionals are happy to find new ways to market their skills and enjoy the freedom and flexibility offered by the work opportunities, from which they can often pick and choose. Employers  Click for full story…

International Women’s Day

Celebrating the International Women’s Day

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The International Women’s Day comes around every March 8th. The question is, is it just a token occasion or is it a real celebration, and if it’s a celebration, what exactly are we celebrating? I would say it is a celebration of the fact that the many regions of the world recognize the fact that  Click for full story…

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Millennials as Free Agents

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Working with and managing millennials (currently those aged between the ages of 18-34) is considered a downright challenge, even as their numbers catch up with and exceed that of baby boomers (currently those between the ages of 51-69). Millennials now represent more than one-half of the workforce at any business. Not only are they are  Click for full story…

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Should You Include Retirees in Your Directly Sourced Talent Pools?

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Aging is inevitable, and none of us is immune to its effects. Every one of us is inching close to that retiree line and, no matter what you determine as your cutoff age, we will get there sooner or later. Yet full retirement is a luxury afforded to a select few, in these days of  Click for full story…