Social interaction is based on the beliefs, values, norms, and religious beliefs of people and this forms the broad culture of society within which human beings interact with each other. The model showed by Taylor in Clockwork is no doubt tending towards the enhancement of the untapped and unutilised productivity of workers, but it also has made the process into a more mechanical process without emotional involvement. Considering an example of ordering a cheese burger from a fast food drive thru restaurant, the relevance and active participation of scientific management is clearly visible, and this also speaks about the poor impact on the restaurant workers where they lack meaningful time with colleagues and instead work with machines and processes. The impact has been very significant and is long lasting, especially in high productivity and low time frame working environments, thus weakening the quality of social interaction and the possibilities of improving the same. Considering long term, such a social interaction will devastate in finding a suitable reason of sustaining itself, and rather a revalued social interaction will have to be nurtured. The fast paced social interaction is ideally not even considered an interaction. The only interaction they have is when workers come together to achieve a common goal often thrown as a target by a machine. There is no meaningful interaction among workers, which leads to excessive internalisation of rigid views about changing the status quo of the current social interaction.