Sharpening the productivity tools

Poor productivity gains are being blamed on the current industrial relations environment, but management should be looking closer to home in the blame game.

Australia’s productivity will be the political issue to dominate 2012 in the lead up to next year’s election. Tony Abbott has flagged changes to the federal government's workplace laws if he were elected prime minister – without actually spelling out what he would change – and said that the Fair Work Act has caused productivity problems. Business leaders and the Council of Australian Governments want an overhaul of the national reform agenda to lift productivity.

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