18 Articles and compendiums that are related to Labour productivity , sorted by release date
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
The main findings from official statistics and analysis of UK productivity to present a summary of recent developments.
Keywords: puzzle, measurement, output per hour, efficiency, furlough
Sickness absence rates of workers in the UK labour market, including number of days lost and reasons for absence.
Keywords: illness, leave, employees, health
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
The article provides estimates for subregional labour productivity measured as gross value added (GVA) per hour worked and GVA per filled job.
Keywords: GVA, gross value added, nominal, GVA (balanced) per hour, GVA per job filled
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
This is an interactive tool which aids businesses to calculate their productivity and compare their performance to other businesses in Great Britain.
Keywords: calculator, business, output per worker, productivity, benchmarking
Management practices and productivity in British production and services industries - initial results from the Management and Expectations Survey: 2016 (Latest release)The second wave of a pilot survey, the Management and Expectations Survey, to gather information on British management practices and their expectations for future growth.
Keywords: SIC 2007, production, services industries, Management, GVA per worker
Output per hour, output per hour growth, contribution and allocation effect; all at the divisional level between 1997 and 2017.
Keywords: contribution effect, contribution of industries, allocation effect, industry output per hour growth