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Efficiency of the UK workforce, including output per worker, per job and per hour. Data are available by industry and by region.
Index, base year = 100
This is an interactive tool which aids businesses to calculate their productivity and compare their performance to other businesses in Great Britain.
Quarterly output per hour, output per job and output per worker for the whole UK economy and a range of industries, including unit labour costs.
Quarterly output per hour, output per job and output per worker for the whole UK economy and a range of industries.
Underlying labour inputs behind the labour productivity estimates by industry and industrial sector as defined by the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC), UK.
GVA per hour worked (£), GVA per filled job (£), Productivity Hours and Productivity Jobs by NUTS2 and NUTS3 subregions of the United Kingdom.
GVA per hour worked (£), GVA per filled job (£), Productivity Hours and Productivity Jobs by Local Enterprise Partnerships.
Sectional unit labour costs and revisions from previously published estimates, UK.
Output per hour, output per job and output per worker for the whole economy and a range of industries.
The main findings from official statistics and analysis of UK productivity to present a summary of recent developments.
The article provides estimates for subregional labour productivity measured as gross value added (GVA) per hour worked and GVA per filled job.
Results from the second wave of a pilot survey, the Management and Expectations Survey, which gathered information on British management practices and firms' expectations for future growth.
Experimental estimates of capital services, which is a measure of the contribution of capital to production of goods and services
Experimental estimates for UK total public service productivity, inputs and output to provide a short-term, timely indicator of the future path of the annual productivity estimates.
This article provides further analysis of public service healthcare productivity for England only and on a financial year basis.