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  1. Hands washing produce under tap

    The importance of celebrating small wins during COVID-19 times

    Small accomplishments, such as washing a big load of groceries, can have just as positive an influence on our sense of self-efficacy, happiness ...
  2. A worker with a face shield checks products on the shelf of a grocery store

    US first-quarter productivity rises at its fastest pace in 11 years

    U.S. worker productivity increased at its fastest pace in 11 years in second quarter as hours plunged amid the COVID-19 pandemic, leading to an ...
  3. FILE PHOTO :High-rise buildings are seen at the Shinjuku business district during sunset in Tokyo

    Japan firms see no immediate fix for virus pain, some eye better productivity: Reuters poll

    Nearly half of Japan's companies have no immediate plans in place to help counter the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, although a third of ...
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    Singapore business leaders share: How to make the best of your ‘quaran-time’

    Self-isolation can actually be an excellent time for creation. Here, restless entrepreneurs serve up a wellspring of ideas on how to optimise your ...
  5. SME

    Commentary: SMEs welcomed support from Budget 2020. Of course they all would

    Since the Singapore economy is largely dependent on small enterprises it is necessary to shore them up, says Nicholas Sim.
  6. FILE PHOTO: People attend TechFair LA, a technology job fair, in Los Angeles

    US weekly jobless claims at nine-month low; productivity rebounds

    The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits dropped to a nine-month low last week, suggesting a tightening labor market would ...
  7. FILE PHOTO:  Work crews construct a new hotel complex on oceanfront property in Encinitas, Californ

    US productivity rebounds in fourth quarter; labor costs growth slows

    U.S. worker productivity rebounded in the fourth quarter, keeping labor costs in check.
  8. Toilet bowl

    Commentary: Some companies target toilet breaks to improve productivity. But it’s wrong and won’t work

    Tilting toilets are the latest suggestion to limit time spent on the loo at work, says Nesta's Madeleine Gabriel.
  9. China economy

    Commentary: As China's growth slows, what prospects lie ahead for the world economy

    Since many countries fell short of their growth potential in the 2010s, in the decade ahead, the world will need a productivity miracle to offset ...