Labour Productivity

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Labour productivity in Canada, QIV 2018 – Declines for the second time in four quarters

Labour productivity of Canadian businesses decreased 0.4% in the fourth quarter, after rising the two previous quarters. This decline reflected the continued growth in hours worked, while business output remained at about the same level as in the previous quarter. Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at The Daily — Labour productivity, hourly compensation and unit … Continue reading

Canada – Labour productivity of a firm engaging in offshoring was 6.8% higher StatCan finds

Offshoring refers to the sourcing of intermediate inputs for domestic production abroad. Specifically, in this paper, offshoring refers to goods imported directly by manufacturers, including both intra- and inter-firm transactions across international borders. Excluded, because of data limitations, are goods imported through intermediaries as well as services.  Firms engaging in offshoring are found to be … Continue reading

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