DCR Workforce Blog

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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.
Tracking the Workforce Trends in 2017

Wake Up and Smell the Coffee: Tracking the Workforce Trends in 2017

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The year is nearly half over, and it’s time for companies to wake up and smell the coffee and geared up to meet the workplace realities and challenges for the rest of 2017. Most companies today use non-employees, whether as gig, contract or contingent workers, if not as independent contractors. There’s no doubt that finding  Click for full story…

how to deal with rude coworkers

How to Deal With Rude Co-workers

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They say the world can be a cruel place. And in my personal experience, there is no shortage of opinions and ignorant comments that are directed at us. Plus, with social media creating a culture of “mean” and a mask to hide behind, we have more places to deal with unnecessary drama. But when mean-spiritedness  Click for full story…

Freelancing Work 101

Your Guide to Freelance Jobs: Freelancing Work 101

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As the gig economy grows, today’s workforce is comprised of many freelancers who often work from home depending on the type of job. If you’re one of those standing on the sidelines and wondering whether you should resist or be sucked in by this new-fangled way of finding work, we bring you the answers to  Click for full story…

Procuring Contingent Workers in an Age of Automation

Procuring Contingent Workers in an Age of Automation

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Workplace automation is advancing inexorably. The increased efficiency and productivity offered by automation and artificial intelligence make them inevitable choices for companies going forward. Jobs may grow in numbers but the million-dollar question which has no real answer at the moment is: Will there be enough qualified people to fill them? There are many variables.  Click for full story…