worker productivity

Why Are These CEOs So Overpaid?

The staggering growth of CEO pay might have something to do with executives' control over their own compensation. These are the chairmen/CEOs enjoying the biggest paydays.

Worker Productivity Growth Revised Upward to 2.9 Percent

U.S. workers were more productive this summer than initially thought, while costing their companies less. The Labor Department says productivity grew at an annual rate of 2.9 percent from July through September. That's the fastest pace in two years.

US Productivity Grew at 2.2% Rate in Spring

U.S. companies got more output from their workers this spring than initially thought. Productivity rose at a modest 2.2 percent annual rate in the April-June quarter, largely because employers cut back sharply on hiring.

U.S. Worker Productivity Up Just 1.6 % in Second Quarter

U.S. companies got slightly more out of their workers this spring after scaling back on hiring. The modest 1.6 percent annualized gain in productivity from April through June signals employers may need to hire more if demand picks up.

U.S. Productivity Gains Are Good News for Everyone

It sometimes feels as if every piece of economic news comes with a qualifier. However, one statistic has had an unqualified, enduring positive run: the rise in worker productivity, which bodes well for investors, employees and -- eventually -- job-seekers.

Worker productivity unexpectedly rises

Say one thing about the nation's pronounced recession: worker productivity has not disappeared.

U.S. Q1 worker productivity unexpectedly rose at a...