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The Productivity Problem
The UK’s productivity rate is much lower than the US, France and Germany. It’s an issue that has plagued businesses since the last financial crash, with many companies setting productivity as a key measurement of overall business success.
Our cover story looks at what’s causing the UK to lag behind its overseas counterparts, and why HR is perfectly poised to turn the tide.
Also in the January/February issue:
HR Excellence Awards 2023: Find out who walked away with our top prizes in our Book of the Night insert
Health and wellbeing: With economic inactivity due to long-term sickness hitting record levels, HR has a critical role in improving health, wellbeing, talent and business outcomes.
Diversity and inclusion: Are performance improvement plans a fair way to communicate expectations, or a failure of inclusivity?