According to experts, reducing working time and increasing pay would have a positive impact on employee efficiency. Their satisfaction with their work would also increase.
According to the Kantar Millward Brown study conducted for Work Service, self-employed people work on average 15 hours a week longer than full-time employees. We remind you – in Poland a full-time employee works on average 8 hours a day during the working week.
According to the OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) report showing the average annual working time of one employee in individual countries, Poland is in the top ten. On average, a Polish employee spends 1792 hours a year at work. Germany comes first with 1,363 hours worked hours per year. Scandinavian countries, the Netherlands and Switzerland rank next. It follows that an employee in Germany works an average of 24% less annually than an employee in Poland.
Ladbible.com reports that currently in the UK employee productivity is slightly higher than 10 years ago. This provokes the statement that a labor crisis has occurred in the labor market. This is also the case in other countries. For example – comparing Great Britain with France and Germany, it can be stated that a British employee produces five days as much as German or French in four days.
The reasons for low productivity of employees can be various economic phenomena, such as the aging of the population. Alfie Stirling, a researcher at NEF, believes that a way to solve this problem can be to raise income in the lowest-wage group and shorten the working day. Thanks to this, employees will be refreshed and benefit
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