If I would like to say, in a technical way, that the problem of a place is its lazy people, then I could say that its workforce productivity is low. However, "workforce productivity" is composed by these elements:
Physical-organic, location, and technological factors;
Cultural belief-value and individual attitudinal, motivational and behavioural factors;
International influences – e.g. levels of innovativeness and efficiency on the part of the owners and managers of inward investing foreign companies;
Managerial-organizational and wider economic and political-legal environments;
Levels of flexibility in internal labour markets and the organization of work activities – e.g. the presence or absence of traditional craft demarcation lines and barriers to occupational entry; and
Individual rewards and payment systems, and the effectiveness of personnel managers and others in recruiting, training, communicating with, and performance-motivating employees on the basis of pay and other incentives.
In that sense, saying that the problem of a place is lazyness, some advocates would ask: How do you measure it? The answer would be: With workforce productivity. However, those advocates of lazy people could argue that workforce productivity is low because it is affected by any components from 1 to 6.
Is there any technical term to refer lazyness?