Accurately measuring employee productivity

Total Health Index (THI) research has provided Morneau Shepell with a framework for measuring employee productivity error, which defines the percentage of hours the average employee is fully engaged and productive. This information gives senior leaders a baseline for both the financial cost of lost time (for example, sick time, discretionary effort and presenteeism) and lost productivity opportunity. Even a three per cent increase in full-time equivalent (FTE) productivity can be positive for enhancing financial results.

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Article by Bill Howatt, chief research and development officer of work force productivity with Morneau Shepell.