What do you mean by "module"? Something you have installed in Jira that gives you some measure of "workload"? How is "workload" defined here? Number of unresolved issues? Amount of outstanding estimates on the issues? And I have to ask about "productivity" again - what is the formula that defines this and how is it measured and calculated?
Jira measures those two. How many issues per person is automatic - run a filter for the issues you are interested in, and then add a "filter statistics" gadget to your dashboard, with the parameter "assignee", That will give you "issues currently assigned to each person" The time estimates are a bit less automatic - obviously, you are going to need to put estimates into JIRA (otherwise it can't calculate or store anything to report on), and there's quite a lot of functionality around that already - several reports, as well as the methods of entering estimates and adjusting them as people log work - see https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/Configuring+Time+Tracking to get started If you need something more complex or different, then again, you'll need to define the calculations behind it.
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