New research finds that employees are united by their desire to make an impact at work and achieve more. Recognising this is the first step to improving the sluggish productivity that has dogged Europe’s businesses.
Tags: Labour Productivity
The UK currently has an estimated 2.4 million untrained ‘accidental managers’, and with poor management costing employers around £84 billion a year according to the OECD, it is time for fundamental change.
Need we do some more lateral thinking to improve conditions for innovation?
Sir Cary Cooper: How can we facilitate work cultures that produce healthy and happy workforces and, by association, increase productivity?
The latest Employment and Labour Market statistics on UK productivity from January to March 2016 have been released by the Office of National Statistics (ONS)