Productivity is defined as the amount of output obtained per unit input employed in the form of labour, capital, equipment and more. Workplace productivity is essential to the employees, employers, organisation and economy who will all benefit from this. As the more the economy grows the more unemployment will decrease, raising the standard of living for everyone. Maintaining office productivity isn’t easy. And if you are a worker out on the floor, you’ll know just how hard it is to get into the groove when that productivity is at a low.
Workplace productivity is a fickle thing. There are days when it seems that your office is running like a well oiled machine; everyone at their daily tasks, efficiently working, and completing every job that’s shuffled their way. But then there are the other days. The days where office morale and productivity seems to be ebbing at a low. Rushing forth once every few hours and then retreating in no time at all.
There are various factors which affecting the workplace productivity and it is very important that we get rid of all the negative factors and encouraging some positive boost with providing feedback, proper management, adding flexibility, using right technology and right use of breaks.
To help employees and employers understand what makes productivity tick, Armstrong Appointments have put together an infographic that looks at when workers are at their best and at their worst and some tips to help you get back in the swing.
Employee engagement also with right communication and proper feedback processes are definitely affecting the workplace productivity which organizations should start taking seriously. The need to ensure and enhance employee productivity is a reality no business can ignore which in turns help for the organization growth automatically.
There is also an impact of different cultures is on productivity and there has been lot efforts organization are putting to understand the cultural diversification and handling it with better ways as well. The value of workplace productivity now actually comes from innovation and companies are looking to create workplaces that support it.
Let’s see how does it going to change in future!