productivity

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A necessary condition for a deficit funded investment in the economy would be the confidence of the world’s savers and investors in the good sense, self-discipline and realism of British policymakers. Photograph: Frank Augstein/Getty

(...) voters may. What are those realities? Four need particular attention: productivity; employment(...)

An exterior view of the Titanic Belfast building in Belfast, Northern Ireland. File photograph: David Moir/Reuters

(...) economy in recent years has been the fact that there has been almost no growth in productivity The(...)

Kieran Conboy at NUI Galway. Photograph: Aengus McMahon

(...) people are downloading productivity apps so much so that they are the fastest-growing category in app(...)

Employees are more satisfied, creative and productive if they can contribute their thoughts and ideas to the achievement of the company goals. Photograph: Getty Images

In a world where the immediate pressure is always on maintaining productivity, how do you create an(...)

Ireland can look forward to a continuing rise in productivity for decades to come, provided the economy is managed well. Photograph: iStock

(...) the agricultural revolution, where productivity on farms began to rise due to technical changes such(...)

Royal Mint: the new pound coins are almost impossible to forge. Photograph: Jason Alden/Bloomberg

(...) admitted on Tuesday that it had hugely overestimated UK productivity over the past seven years. A review(...)

One way to increase staff productivity is to pay your workers higher wages.

Higher levels of productivity allow societies to reinvest in human capital, and smart investments(...)

The role of the parenting consultant has developed as people are used to buying in expertise to deal with problems they face

(...) about your teenager, it can impact productivity. ” Blackstone’s working parents’ network regularly(...)

Companies continue to invest in new technologies, but the benefits are no longer visible. In fact, we may have reached a tipping point where each new technology investment must be assessed against a simple test: will it help people get more done?

Twenty years ago, new office technologies contributed to a dramatic boost in productivity(...)

Increasingly sophisticated software tools enable employers to monitor their employees’ activity in granular detail

(...) would now be available to managers as they bid to maximise their employees’ productivity. Call(...)

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