How to say 'get performed'?

Reply Thu 20 Dec, 2018 12:49 pm
"The mechanism can be improved if the workload of employees is lightened by certain tasks getting performed autonomously."
This is the sentence I want to write, but somehow the phrase 'get performed' seems out of place. Without changing any of the other words, how can I put it?
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Reply Thu 20 Dec, 2018 12:56 pm
Maybe "...'being' performed..."
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Reply Thu 20 Dec, 2018 01:16 pm
I would use "automating certain tasks" and take out the extra words.

We can improve the mechanism by automating certain tasks to reduce the employee workload.
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