05 September 2015
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Mauritius aspires to become a high-income economy within the next decade, according to government intentions. To achieve that salutary goal, numerous projects and measures have been announced such as the Smart Cities project, the upgrading and extension of port and airport facilities, the creation of a ‘Nation of entrepreneurs’, the revamping of the education system and upgrading of infrastructures as well as reduction of bureaucracy.
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Friday, 22 May 2015 14:00

Is our labour productive enough?

Labour productivity for the whole economy which is a measure of real output (GDP) per worker grew at a higher rate of 2.2% compared to 0.2% in 2013. This was the result of a higher GDP growth of 3.5% coupled with a lower growth of 1.3% in labour input in 2014.  Does this increase indicate that the labour force in Mauritius is improving? News on Sunday finds out.
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Productivity is achieving more with less. Is there a risk of redundancies if an organisation finds out it can produce the same output or more but with less employees?
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A full day workshop organised by the National Productivity and Competitiveness Council (NPCC) last Wednesday, at the Trianon Convention Centre, saw the participation of Professor Robert S. Kaplan and Professor Marwin Bower. The workshop initiated all participants to the notion of Balanced Scorecard and taught them about developing strategies and how to materialise them, so as to compete in a global market and eventually sustain businesses.
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The National Productivity and Competitiveness Council (NPCC) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Institute of Productivity (UK) on Thursday 29 November 2012 at the NPCC head office in Ebène.
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