Most companies, concerned about sagging productivity, tend to place too much emphasis on the quantity of work turned out per employee, as opposed to the quality of work produced.
The amount or quantity of a particular product or output produced by an employee is easily measured and often serves as the basis for a performance rating, pay raise or promotion. As a result, quality is often lost in the rush to produce. And the once omnipresent words “Made in America” are giving way to foreign labels. Continue reading