See article by Harvard economist Robert Lawrence here:
The Growing Gap between Real Wages and Labor Productivity
Since 1970, the real wages of US production workers have stagnated, despite the rapid growth in output per worker. This…
Productivity and compensation track each other almost perfectly until about 2000 or so, so long as you measure it correctly. The lesser divergence since then can be attributed to an increase in the capital share of income, which I pointed out can be attributed to housing income changes.