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Productivity cause for concern shows new research
The research did show an aspiration to find solutions, with 85% of senior decision makers wishing to explore new ways to improve employee productivity, engagement, and motivation, even if some lacked clarity on how this process should take place.
Concerned about workforce productivity
The findings show that over half (51%) of UK business decision makers are worried about productivity in the workplace, with 74% showing at least some concern as we move into the next stages of the Covid crisis.
Widespread concerns about productivity take hold
As footfall in the City of London hit 39 per cent of pre-pandemic levels last month, its highest rate since early 2020, new findings reveal widespread concern about productivity as hybrid working models set in post-pandemic
Productivity concerns as hybrid work sets in
The findings, published in the new How to Grow playbook by business transformation consultancy Agility in Mind, surveyed UK business leaders about their concerns as we move forward in the pandemic.
Concerns remain as more people tentatively return to office
The findings, published in the new How to Grow playbook by business transformation consultancy Agility in Mind,surveyed UK business leaders about their concerns as we move forward in the pandemic.
Concerned about productivity as hybrid work sets in
As footfall in the city of London reaches 39% of pre-pandemic levels, its highest rate since early 2020, new findings reveal widespread concern about productivity from leading business decision makers with hybrid working models setting in post pandemic.
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Research carried out by Agility In Mind also shows there is a disconnect between what the programme focuses on and where businesses believe they need support.