May 31st 2018
PARC Productivity – what’s the problem and how to fix it?
The perplexing issue of low productivity, is a major issue at both national and company levels. The ongoing issue and the UK’s sluggish performance continues to promote discussion as economists, politicians and business models struggle to identify meaningful solutions. Sister network to CRF, Performance & Reward Centre (PARC) will be hosting an afternoon discussion meeting on Wednesday 20th June which will aim to raise a number of points that are, not only the responsibility of government but also direct and indirect areas of learning and actions for all organisations.
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