21 publications that are related to Labour productivity , sorted by release date
Labour productivity for UK countries and regions, quarterly: October to December 2020 (Latest release)Introducing annual and quarterly regional labour productivity, gross value added, hours and jobs, 2012 to 2020.
Keywords: Regional productivity, output per hour, output per job, subnational productivity, jobs
Estimates for subregional labour productivity measured as gross value added (GVA) per hour worked and GVA per filled job.
Keywords: nominal, GVA (balanced) per hour, GVA per job filled, local area productivity, productivity by international territorial level area, productivity by local authority
An article drawing together the main findings from official statistics and analysis of UK productivity to present a summary of recent developments.
Keywords: measurement, output per hour, efficiency, factor
Exploring working from home in the UK between 2011 and 2020, including the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on productivity and work success. Part of the Economic review: April 2021.
Keywords: teleworking, productivity, pay, promotion, remote working
Sickness absence rates of workers in the UK labour market, including number of days lost and reasons for absence.
Keywords: illness, leave, employees, health
Output per hour, output per job and output per worker for the whole economy and a range of industries.
Keywords: Output per job, Output per worker, UK productivity, services productivity
Unit labour costs and sectional unit labour costs estimates for the whole economy and a range of industries.
Keywords: sectional unit labour costs, services labour costs, manufacturing labour costs
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 including data from October to December 2019.
Keywords: nowcast, multi-factor productivity, public sector, inputs, output
Productivity measurement – how to understand the data around the UK’s biggest economic issue (Latest release)First in a series of explainer articles from expert academics providing a view on the measurement of productivity in the UK and the productivity puzzle.
Keywords: growth, puzzle, labour, public service
Labour productivity across different areas of the UK and the sources and drivers of their productivity differences.
Keywords: gross value added, GVA, worker, industry, NUTS3