Time off incentives can boost productivity

Incentivising top performers with time off rather than just cash bonuses is not widespread, but some believe it could boost profitability

Reward top performers with higher pay

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Should employees who add value or bring in more business get greater reward?

Planning to counter tech threat to jobs

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The impact of automation and artificial intelligence threatens to throw millions out of work, giving rise to a proposed universal basic income

The complexity of measuring productivity of the UK workforce

Measuring UK economic productivity

Measurement of productivity is at best an inexact science, which loses meaning as the economy becomes more complex, so why is it deemed so important?

Employers are waking up to financial wellbeing

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1 in 4 UK employees have money worries which negatively affect their work performance

Presenteeism and the hidden costs of staff who are glued to their seats

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Smart thinking required to stop staff from working while sick or lingering at the end of the day

Employers that help staff prepare for retirement can avoid low productivity

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Ensuring staff save enough for retirement can engage employees and avoid low productivity among those who cannot afford to give up work

Should social media be allowed at work?

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People cannot work productively without taking breaks, but should social media be allowed as a potential distraction?