The ONS is really motoring on its productivity releases. Here's one from April 2017 (home page).
1. the upper panel shows before the Great Recesion many countries lay in a corridor where hours growth was quite compatable with productivity growth.
2. the lower panel shows that after the GR this seems to have broken down: that the same hours growth is associated with much less productivity growth. That in turn suggests a big fall in TFP growth, and the lastest TFP growth is set out by Bart van Ark and Kirsten Jäger in:
Recent Trends in Europe's Output and Productivity Growth Performance at the Sector Level, 2002-2015.