Most Americans are feeling confident that the U.S. economy is experiencing real job growth, but real wages have not increased in more than 30 years. Some economists blame this on productivity. Productivity is the number of outputs that are produced in an hour. If productivity increases, then output per hour increases and the MRP increases and then businesses will increase wages.
Why are U.S. businesses having a difficult challenge getting employees to increase productivity? Those
companies that are having success, what are their strategies?