White paper examines how to achieve the behavior change needed to boost productivity
Efforts to increase workforce productivity have focused on upgraded technology, process improvement and better governance. A white paper released in March 2018 by Morneau Shepell suggests that it is now time to tackle the most complex element of improving workforce productivity: ensuring commitments to total health from employers and employees. Total Health: the last piece of the workforce productivity puzzle, by Dr. Bill Howatt, explains that workforce productivity, or the amount of services/goods a workforce produces within an expressed time and budget) improves when each employee contributes more to the organization’s collective effort.
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