Worker productivity has many faces, and hopefully, you know what it looks like for real. For example, it’s not necessarily the employee who’s the first to arrive at work and the last one to leave at the end of the day. Nor is it the worker who skips break time and lunch meals to make sure a task is done on time.
Working diligently is just not the same as being productive, at least not anymore by today’s standards. Simply put, productivity in the modern workplace refers to the ability of employers and employees to find new and better ways of doing things that may create real, positive effectsfor people within and outside of the organisation.
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