Advantages of Robotics to workers and organizations
Technology and certainly Robots do not get distracted or required to take breaks aside from during maintenance. Robots do not feel strained or stressed by workload. They can work across the clock consistently to enhance production. Employees operating the technology will be amazed and proud of the amount of work that they can do within very short time periods. In addition, such technology will protect employees from overworking themselves or pressured to meet highly optimistic timelines which in most cases are unrealistic.
Safety is fundamental at very workplace and has been the source of massive lawsuits on employers by employees. Heavy equipment, that are operated in high temperatures or sharp objects could potentially injure human employees. Though having such complex and dangerous operations handled by robots, employees will be shielded from any potential harm as well as giving them the comfort of knowing that they are working in safe environments.
With artificial intelligence and robots, employers and employees will worry less on quality. Given that Robots are pre-programmed for accurate and repetitive tasks. It makes it easy to automate the quality control mechanism. The elimination of human error, establishes a predictably perfect product each time. To employees, this is the perfection they have always yearned for, it creates a good name for them in the industry as well as trust in the market.
Robots in the workplace are programmed to follow a specific workflow. Their operations are only contingent upon the developers and the people who write the programs. Their operations can be designed for high levels of consistency. Given that they are based on human input, the employees with writing code will significantly be self-satisfied when they see the impeccable of the robots operating on their instructions.
The reason why employees encounter psychological issues at work is due to the enormous pressure to achieve certain levels of productivity. Robots and technology though fancied still require human intervention. With Robots, employees can only focus on tasks that cannot be performed by Robots and improve productivity. Employees can then be left to interact with customers, assist in branding and marketing, formulate strategies among others. It will become easier to meet demand with human technology interactions than just having humans at workplace.
Given that robots are in most given tasks that humans do not necessarily enjoy, such as sophisticated tasks, dangerous tasks or repetitive tasks, employees will love having Robots to delegate some responsibility to. Employees can then really focus on what they are best at and enjoy to do. Collectively the human computer interactions often end in humans taking the biggest credit, employees will be happy to feel challenged into proposing and guiding automations in tasks often seen not automatable.
Although many people believe that Robots take away human jobs, to the contrary, Robots only change the jobs that exists. More people will be needed to build and test robots as well as supervising them. Employees will also change based on technology with the biggest motivation being working with technology to enhance productivity. Employees will want to work in environments considered as high tech.