As a business leader, what will you do to make boosting productivity in your company with a one per cent improvement in 2017 happen?
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With the amount of disgruntled employees in the UK on the rise, it’s worth thinking of ways to get staff happiness back on track.
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One of the main problems faced by UK businesses today is workplace productivity, or rather the lack of it. A report produced by the Office for National Statistics illustrates that the UK’s average productivity per hour is 18 per cent lower than the rest of the G7 member countries.
Despite much emphasis being put on mental health and long working hours – it’s not for nothing we’re called “Burnout Britain” – those in the UK are now faced with an increasing workload.
That UK staff are lacking in productivity is no secret, but amid the long working hours, bosses need to acknowledge staff unhappiness.