Worker Productivity Up, but Worker Morale?

Wednesday, September 02, 2009

New economic indicators are out this morning. Worker productivity grew at the fastest pace in almost six years—up 6.6%. Labor costs showed the biggest drop since 2000. New York Times reporter Jack Healy explains why these numbers are great for corporations, but may not be such good news for workers.


Jack Healy

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