How Can We Fix The UK’s Productivity Issue?

The UK is in the midst of an unprecedented peacetime slowdown in productivity growth. In this White Paper “How Can We Fix The UK’s Productivity Issue” we outline several of the key causes for this low productivity and address potential solutions and how they could be implemented.

We also, more importantly, look at actions that can be employed by individual businesses to boost productivity and outshine the competition.

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