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Will builders, cooks, and other professions that do not require the human factor remain in demand in several decades?

September 05, 2019


Knowledge of human factors goes beyond understanding individual employees to include many other aspects of the modern workplace. It is a fascinating study of interrelated elements and behaviors that allows for measurable improvements through both cultural and procedure change.

What are human factors?According to a definition shared by the World Health Organization, human factors “refer to environmental, organizational and job factors, and human and individual characteristics which influence behavior at work in a way which can affect health and safety.”

These factors can be further isolated to include several specific elements as follows:
  • Tasks, workload and work patterns.
  • Working environment and workplace design.
  • Workplace culture and communication.
  • Leadership and resources.
  • Policies, programs and procedures.
  • Worker competency and skill.
  • Employee attitude, personality and risk tolerance.
Demand for them:
It seems that the world will take time to completely automate the works. Therefore, demand for builders, cooks and other professions that do not require the human factor will continue to remain in considerable demand.

By: Khadheeja Zuyyina
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