It’s easy to feel heavy these days, especially when logging on to LinkedIn. Like dominos, tech companies are announcing layoffs after layoffs.
It’s a never-ending stream of depressing social posts, from “every story has an ending” to “my role has been impacted,” followed by well-meaning bystanders offering support and networking introductions.When companies slash workers, they often place the blame on employees’ lower-than-expected productivity.
But what exactly is productivity? How is it measured?Wall Street and company CFOs have their own definition: Productivity is measured as the total output divided by total input, which includes labor.Read more on addicted2success.com