Hire-to-retire is the HR process of administering employees throughout their career with a firm.Anything covered by a business process or procedure is typically routine.What is routine to one industry or business may not be routine to another. For example, a restaurant with a routine of offering unique dishes every night versus a restaurant where new dishes are seldom introduced such that developing new dishes is a major undertaking.
Book Keeping (accounting)
Cooking Your Favorite Recipe
Customer Complaint Handling
Customer Service (common interactions)
Diagnosing a Common Problem
Driving a Bus (existing route)
Filming an Episode of a Long Running Media Production
Logistics (e.g. shipping standard items)
Performing Music You've Performed Before
Preparing Menu Items At a Restaurant
Quality Control (manufacturing)
Resolving a Recurring Problem
Service Operations (e.g. running a hotel)
Settling Stock Trades (banking)
Standard Construction (e.g. paving a driveway)
Standard Medical Procedures
Standard Sales (e.g. selling a car)
Teaching a Class You've Taught Before
Non-routine WorkNon-routine work is work that is unique or that isn't repeated very often. The following are basic examples.
Building a Custom House With Unique Architecture
Cooking a New Type of Cuisine
Request for Proposal (procurement)
Tasks That Recur Infrequently (e.g. 30 year maintenance cycle)
Project ManagementSome elements of a project can be routine, particularly project management and related processes such as project governance and project risk management. Likewise, projects that are organized into short repeated sprints resemble an efficient routine more than big, long projects that tend to resemble custom work.
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Work that is repeated.
Increased productivity, efficiency, measurability, quality, predictability and consistency.