6 edition of Labour Productivity and Flexibility found in the catalog.
by St. Martin"s Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Edward J. Amadeo (Editor), Susan Horton (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||301|
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Furthermore, the increased use of “contrats à durée déterminée” (CDD – short-term contracts) and the higher churning rate hinder productivity in some activities but boost profits. On the one hand, similar to the situation in France, labour productivity has . The degree of labour market flexibility is the speed with which labour markets adapt to fluctuations and changes in society, the economy or production.. The most common definition of labour market flexibility has been the neo-liberal definition. This entailed the ease of labour market institutions in enabling labour markets to reach a continuous equilibrium determined by the intersection of.
The anatomy of the productivity slowdown is evinced by Fig. , where the average growth of value added per equivalent labour unit has been decomposed, using a shift-share procedure, 1 into three components (labour productivity growth within sectors, reallocation of the labour force to higher productivity industries, and a residual or ‘interaction’ effect). This book attempts to develop the notion of labour input flexibility or the capacity of workers to adapt to changes in the environment and its relation with labour productivity. The role of institutions, employment practices, capital-labour relations and labour market policies in determining labour flexibility is emphasized.
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This book is about two polemical issues Labour Productivity and Flexibility book labour studies, namely, the notions and determinants of labour productivity and flexibility. This book attempts to develop the notion of labour input flexibi.
This book is about two polemical issues in labour studies, namely, the notions and determinants of labour productivity and flexibility.
This book attempts to develop the notion of labour input flexibility or the capacity of workers to adapt to changes in the Labour Productivity and Flexibility book and its relation with labour productivity.
This book examines theory and country evidence to challenge the myth that deregulation of the labour market is the surest way to improve flexibility of labour and improve productivity.
Labour market flexibility should not be, as the World Bank states it is, ‘a euphemism for pushing wages down and workers out’ (World Bank, ).Cited by: 4. Demand fluctuations, labour flexibility and productivity Article (PDF Available) in Annals of Tourism Research July with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
labour productivity, the input measure is the most important factor that influences the measure of labour productivity (Table ). Labour input is measured either by the total number of hours worked of all persons employed or total employment (head count).
Labour productivity is concerned with the amount (volume) of output that is obtained from each employee. Why does measuring and monitoring labour productivity matter. Labour costs are usually a significant part of total costs Business efficiency and profitability closely linked to productive use of.
Workforce productivity is the amount of goods and services that a group of workers produce in a given amount of time. It is one of several types of productivity that economists measure. Workforce productivity, often referred to as labor productivity, is a measure for an organisation or company, a process, an industry, or a country.
Workforce productivity is to be distinguished from employee. The estimates are larger for the sample of firms that separated workers, indicating an increase in labor productivity by approximately 3 to 4%, which supports the premise that the positive effect on labor productivity might be due to firms’ increased flexibility to.
Downloadable. This paper compares labour productivity during the Great Depression (GD) and the Great Recession (GR) in engineering, metal working and allied industries. Throughout, it distinguishes between output per worker and output per hour.
From the peak-to-trough of the GD cycle, hourly labour productivity was countercyclical, remaining above its starting point. Flexibility, Labour Retention and Productivity in the EU Article (PDF Available) in The International Journal of Human Resource Management December with 53 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Downloadable (with restrictions). There is a dearth of studies analysing the relationship between demand variations, productivity and flexible working in the face of variable demand challenges confronting the tourism industry.
This investigation seeks to inform important firm and industry specific labour management strategies for improving productivity. Flexibility in workplace takes a variety of forms. This book focuses on numerical, functional and working time flexibility issues in workplaces with specific emphasis on the effects of such flexibility strategies on workers, the work environment and trade unions.
labour productivity decline is very high, even negative for Africa in some years. A detailed examination of the percentage shares reveals that the productivity of the labour force is higher in Western Europe than that of Latin America, Middle East and Africa.
As it can be seen in Table 1, labour productivity growth in the former is almost. Mismatches with worker hours preferences and labour productivity 9 V. Direct and indirect effects of flexible scheduling on labour productivity 10 a.
Interactions between duration and employee‐centered flexibility of work schedules 11 b. Flexitime and company costs Workplace flexibility polarizes opinion; it is either a necessary prerequisite to survival in the global market or a means by which the rights of workers are eroded.
The difference comes from a lack of shared understanding of the concept. Organizations need to get to grips with flexibility, not only to address business problems and cope with legal regulations, but also to respond to the. This article analyses the influence of workforce ageing on labour productivity in Europe.
This question is relevant because of the impact it may have on economic activity, social security systems sustainability and the wellbeing of the population. The method applied is a quantitative contrast using the panel data technique for 24 countries in the period – labour productivity.
This paper attempts to show the application of the MOST for time study of casting processes at bathroom appliances industry and shows the comparison with the time standard established using Stopwatch method.
Statistical t-test is used to show the significance level between stopwatch method and MOST results. Workplace flexibility is a strategy that emphasizes being able and willing to adapt to changing circumstances when it comes to how work gets done.
Workplace flexibility meets the needs of both the business and its workers. Workplace flexibility can enhance work-life balance for employees, leading to greater satisfaction and retention.
Employees / Labour Productivity Performance Appraisal Performance Appraisal Process and Methods. 20 Chapter Performance Management 1. Introduction 2. Human Resource or Employees 3. Definition of Employee under Various Acts 4. Main Characteristics 5. Employee Performance.
Why does labour productivity matter. • Labour costs are usually a significant part of total costs • Business efficiency and profitability closely linked to productive use of labour • In order to remain competitive, a business needs to keep its unit costs down. Achieving high (or higher) labour productivity is not a simple task.
Introduction Productivity is the output of any production process, per unit of input. To increase productivity means to produce more with less. In factories and corporations, productivity is a measure of the ability to create goods and services from a given amount of labour, capital, materials, land, resources, knowledge, time or any.This book provides a new indicator for benchmarking labour-market policy, reviewing the flexibility available in its management throughout OECD countries.
The research offers new evidence of the link between flexibility and employment outcomes.on labour markets and income distribution and productivity gains from technology led to large flexibility, creativity, and strong problem-solving and.