Posts tagged with ‘productivity’

Office features: what is the impact of your workplace features? From the ‘cool’ to the practical

The latest research from Totaljobs has revealed that one in three employers are actively investing in their office space in a bid to boost staff wellbeing and ultimately increase productivity. Added office features serve multiple functions, ranging from the practical, to those  promoting comfort and wellbeing, as well as that added ‘cool’ factor. The top ten most common features are: See an.
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Should employers embrace remote working?

Remote working boosts productivity The UK’s productivity rate is currently the second lowest in the G7, in what experts are calling a lost decade of growth. Consequently, maximising productivity is high on the agenda for employers and employees alike, with many looking towards embracing new working practices as a means of increasing output. The option to work from home is currently offered.
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Presenteeism: the impact of workers feeling pressure to work overtime

The latest findings from The Office of National Statistics (ONS) show that the UK’s productivity rate is currently the second lowest in the G7, having stagnated since the 2008 financial crisis. Calculated by judging the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) output per hour worked in the country, the UK’s productivity is currently 20% lower than pre-recession trends forecasted. With this in mind,.
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The UK productivity crisis

The latest totaljobs research has revealed that UK businesses lose £4,500 each year on every unproductive worker. The UK’s productivity levels, calculated by looking at the GDP output per hour worked, has stagnated since the 2008 financial crisis, and currently sits 20% lower than pre-recession trends forecasted, leaving the UK as the second least productive country in the G7. To find out.
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