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Second, we examine the sources of growth in Turkey and decompose changes in output per worker into different components.
8 percent over the same period implies output per worker is picking up and, as pay rises are still very weak, unit labor costs should fall.
It includes large shortfalls in measures such as output per hour or output per worker.
The Group is now facing several hurdles, mainly the problems of excess staffing and poor output per worker.
While banks have resumed some of the lending that dried up after 2008, many small and medium sized firms still complain of a lack of access to funding to pay for the investment and expansion that can generate higher output per worker.
If Russian employers could move the country's actively disengaged workers -- currently 19% of all employees -- into the "not engaged" category, they could increase their output per worker by almost 4%.
Compare that with the UK where productivity is declining (Britain's output per worker is now lower than anywhere else in the developed world other than Japan) and where our education system is internationally recognised as falling behind almost every country in Europe, let alone China or Singapore.
A majority of the 302 respondents indicate that output per worker has risen faster than wages, which works in favor of the companies.