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.
Highlights from Webinar on How SMBs Can Find New Strategies in Extended Talent Management

Highlights from Webinar on How SMBs Can Find New Strategies in Extended Talent Management

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If you joined us for the webinar with Ardent Partners and our partners at Metaprocure and Geometric Results, you heard the experts all saying the same thing:  the quest for talent – and not just any warm body type of talent, but quality talent – is on the rise. Additionally, to engage that talent more  Click for full story…

DCR is a CODiE Finalist

And…the Awards Just Keep Coming In! DCR is a CODiE Finalist Again this Year

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I’m going to make this brief. Smart Track VMS was named a finalist for the 2017 SIIA CODiE Awards in three categories: Best Human Capital or Talent Management Solution Best Logistics and Supply Chain Solution Best SaaS Enablement as a Service As a finalist, DCR is among the top contenders who represent the information industry’s  Click for full story…

Freelance Isn’t Free Act

Freelance is No Longer Free: New York Says Freelancers Must be Paid

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Getting paid as a freelancer has historically been a challenge for many. On the DCR blog, we have asked if gigs are the new jobs, and if so what are the regulatory protections that workers in this new environment will need? We have an answer, with New York’s “Freelance Isn’t Free Act” taking effect on  Click for full story…

Join Our Webinar: Mid-market Companies Realize One Size Does Not Fit All When It Comes to Extended Workforce Management

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I always get a kick out of clothing tags that say One Size Fits All. What a bunch of baloney. One Size does not even fit “Most”, let alone “All”. So why should your technology solution be any different? After all, if something was designed for enterprise-level companies, that comes with a numerous layers, complex  Click for full story…