- nounADJECTIVE▪ high, low▪ enhanced, greater, improved, increased, maximum▪ improving, increasing, rising▪ decreased, lost, reduced▪
The strike took a heavy toll in lost productivity.▪
It cost the company $25 million in reduced productivity.▪ agricultural, economic, industrial, manufacturing▪ employee, labour/labor, personal, worker▪ overall… OF PRODUCTIVITY▪ level▪
Farmers are struggling to maintain a level of productivity that generates an acceptable income.VERB + PRODUCTIVITY▪ boost, enhance, improve, increase, raise▪ maximize▪ decrease, reduce▪ lose▪
Organizations today just can't afford to lose productivity.▪ maintain▪
the key strategies for maintaining the productivity of American workers▪ affect▪
the mechanisms through which investment in information technology affects productivity and growth▪ measure▪
Few employers measure employee productivity.PRODUCTIVITY + VERB▪ go up, grow, improve, increase, rise, soar▪
Productivity is growing at a very healthy rate.▪ slow, slow down▪ decline, decrease, drop, fall, go downPRODUCTIVITY + NOUN▪ level▪ boom (AmE), enhancement (AmE), gains, growth, improvement, increasePHRASES▪ a decline in productivity, a reduction in productivity▪ a gain in productivity, an improvement in productivity, an increase in productivity▪ growth in productivity▪
Wage increases outpaced growth in productivity.
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