Australian ranks poorly for productivity and economic performance
A study of international workplace performance and flexibility has ranked Australia 50th out of 51 countries for productivity growth, and 34th for economic performance.
The report is the result of a joint research program designed to develop a Global Index of Workplace Performance and Flexibility between the Australian Human Resources Institute and the United States Society for Human Resources Management. Professor Wayne Cascio of the University of Colorado Denver took an advisory role for the study. It aims to show how each nation ranks as a place to operate a business productively, fairly and flexibly.
The report is available here.