Underload and monotony

Simple, continually repeated tasks can lead to monotony for workers, which becomes apparent through fatigue, boredom and demotivation. For this to be avoided, such tasks should if possible be performed by machines, and the human operatives should assume varied tasks in control of the machinery.

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