2 Routine Activity Set by Schedule or Operations: repetitive or short-cycle activities dictated and timed according to set procedures or sequences. Such work is often governed and timed by machine input or output.
Routine activity set by schedule or operations requiring repetitive or cyclical activities set and governed by sequential procedures, operational systems or machine processes. Timing and flow are often set by machine input or output. Work is steady and requires concentration. It is relieved by scheduled breaks.
|High motivation indicates that this person has motivation and talent for assembly line type of activity, i.e., to be in routine activity which is tied to, and timed by machines. Such work can be feeding materials into machines, handling material coming from a machine, or performing repetitious functions at a position along an assembly line process. The work is usually sensory/physical. The work is steady except for scheduled breaks.|
|Moderate motivation indicates that this person is tolerant of routine sensory/physical activity which is tied to, and timed by machine operation. It usually involves repetitious processes with occasional scheduled breaks. With only medium motivation for assembly line type of work, it is likely that feeding, offbearing or assembly work is a temporary activity until something more interesting is found, or it is a minor a part of the assigned work.|
|Low motivation indicates that this person does not like being tied to or tied down by timed, repetitious sensory/physical activity. Such work quickly becomes boring, frustrating and stressful. If given such work, low motivation indicates that this person seeks and needs frequent breaks and other change and/or variety. Performance and quality of work tend to fade as repetitive activity continues.|