HR's role in solving the UK's productivity puzzle

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The UK as a whole is experiencing a long standing economic headache when it comes to productivity. In comparison to many other countries, the nation’s shortfall is considered a significant problem.

By understanding how important productivity is and looking at how the UK compares to other nations, we can begin to understand why this problem is so widespread and what can be done.

Featuring exclusive interviews with industry experts Pat Ashworth and Beverley Shears, plus academic Dr Anthony Hesketh, the AdviserPlus Productivity eBook investigates how we can tackle these issues practically.

Even though there have been noteworthy rises in employment numbers, productive output has decreased. Also as a country, the UK seemingly works long hours, yet the value of output is low. So where do the problems fall?

The report investigates a variety of themes including workforce wellbeing, the structure of the working week, the problem with meetings and the increasing prevalence of technology. In addition, it helps us discover the role that HR and training can play in heightening productivity and achieving financial savings for your business.

Through delving into case studies and taking examples from organisations that have successfully implemented strategies, we can discover how to increase workplace productivity in a practical way.

Download the full report to find out more.

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HR's role in solving the UK's productivity puzzle

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