The Role of Human Factors in Rationalized and Technologized Systems
The authors also indicate that organisations have increasingly regarded technology and employees as investments worth value. Instead of laying much emphasis on the existing relationship between the work environment, equipment and an individual, the human factor goes far much into ensuring that there is the maintenance of right balance between the technology, working practices, its people and the organisation as a whole. If an agency considers the whole of the human factors, there are high chances of realisation of success levels. Accordingly, human factors in rationalised and technologized systems help in the reduction of the error potential, increasing the safety margin and minimising the necessity for re-designing which is expensive. Furthermore, the effectiveness and efficiency of training are increased, high turnover of staff is reduced, and the total productivity of an organisation is increased (Wilson: 10).
The use of electronic methods has facilitated improvements in the efficiency of administration and web-based technology is an essential part of HRM. Additionally, employees use these techniques of human resource management in creating applications, enrolment of benefits and e-learning training purposes. Technology is also indispensable to organizations, as it has assisted employees in amending management of time, which in turn enhances efficiency. The human resource department, thanks to technology, has ensured that professionals experience transparency, clarity and understanding of information given to them. In addition, it also assists professionals in keeping up with the latest trends in making policies, employment practices and activities organizations. Armstrong's handbook of human resource management practice. Kogan Page Publishers, 2014. Wilson, John R. Fundamentals of systems ergonomics/human factors.
Applied ergonomics 45. The national soul searching made citizens confront their values, deepest fears, attitudes about their neighbours, themselves and the world. Therefore, the fallout shelter was built by Americans who did not want a war and did not know where the fight would occur, but they had the knowledge that enemies had weapons that could destroy them. That many Americans imagined that the dangerous weapons could lead to a new threat called the radioactive fallout that could result in massive deaths. The fallout included building plans for five shelters. The fallout shelter has been described as a potent symbol for the united states of America during the period of the cold war. The media operates as a tool of shrinking the asymmetry of power between terrorists and the civil defense union in an ideological and actual warfare, leading to the creation of an atmosphere of suspicion and atmosphere.
The means of communication used by terrorists varies greatly and the changes in the behaviour of audience and technological advancements have helped these groups to effectively use the media tools with much convenience. Groups with an attacking intent have the ability of publicizing their messages through their own websites, and they make the profits of any company increase and the ratings surge. The problem usually does not lie with the reasons why the media covers terrorism but on how they are covered. The importance of the role played by media platforms including televisions and newspapers is one that cannot be underestimated given that the activities of organization that have intentions of attacking the united states of America has been on the increase in recent years.
Institute For Defence Studies And Analyses, 2014, https://www. google. com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=3&ved=0ahUKEwjGqK6M-LbXAhXDthQKHfUoBq0QFggyMAI&url=https:%2F%2Fidsa. in%2Fcbwmagazine%2FPreparingcivildefence_ajoshi&usg=AOvVaw3TUbtZ9Zto-u0RNqFSs1cK. Rose, Kenneth D.
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