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.
codie 2017 winner

Our Peers Voted Smart Track as Best SaaS Enablement as a Service in the SIIA CODiE Awards

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When you have a baby, you’re proud of your little wonder and want to show it off. You talk about it and show everyone you meet pictures. It’s expected and, really, anticipated. Somehow in the world of business, when you have a product or service, it’s considered a little braggy to talk about it all  Click for full story…

CWS Summit 2017

Will We See You at the CWS Summit in September?

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CWS Summit undoubtedly puts on one of the top networking events for professionals involved in extended workforce management, so DCR will of course be sponsoring the event, which is scheduled for September 11-12 in Dallas, Texas. Since “everything is bigger in Texas” – we thought we’d go big too! Stop by our booth and you’ll  Click for full story…

Smart Track Update Offers Simplified Navigation and Login Experience

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Back in the 90’s there was nothing more satisfying than booting up your computer, connecting to “the net” and hearing those now infamous words: “You’ve got mail.” We’ve come a long way since then. Today, we’re streamlining the workday well beyond email, connecting colleagues through social networking and organizing work-related tasks with software that enables  Click for full story…

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DCR’s Summer Wellness Challenge Week Heats Up!

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It was interesting. It was motivating. It was grueling. What was “it”? The DCR Summer Wellness Challenge. Each year, DCRers are encouraged to participate in a different Wellness Event. This year it revolved around a week-long “challenge” where many entered but only two winners remained standing. The prize? A Fitbit (well, two) in DCR’s corporate  Click for full story…