7 Handling: Basic Routine Manual Labor: almost exclusively sensory/physical work to `handle' materials; may involve tools or equipment which require little judgment, training or skills; little or no latitude for judgment relative to what is done, how to do it, or when to do it. Work is specifically defined in basic terms and monitored as it progresses.
Handling: basic, routine manual labor requiring supervised or assigned routine sensory/physical labor which may or may not include tools, machines or equipment; usually basic, repetitive activity following rules, guidelines or procedures.
|High motivation indicates that this person is well equipped for activity involving craft tools, repetitious activity, recognizable detail, variable physical conditions (temperature, elements, etc.) and minor tangible problem solving. This work is often called manual labor or basic labor to indicate that it can be done with minimum skill, training, instruction or supervision. It is very often associated with a helper position and role.|
|Moderate motivation indicates that this person has aptitude for manual labor or basic labor activities which involve easily used craft tools, repetitious activity, recognizable detail, outdoor physical exposure, and minor problem solving. It is most often a helper position which can be handled with minimum skill, training, instruction or supervision. Please note the word aptitude which means ability to do something-with no mention or inference about whether the person wants to do it, or gains satisfaction from it. It is, therefore, necessary to see other Worker Traits to determine if such work is satisfying for a moderate motivation indicates that this person on a steady basis.|
|Manual labor is not an acceptable activity for this person. Routine, elementary, sensory/physical activity is not motivating; instead, it probably is experienced as boring, frustrating, and stressful.|