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demotivate

From Longman Business Dictionarydemotivatede‧mo‧ti‧vate /diːˈməʊtəveɪt-ˈmoʊ-/ verb [transitive] HUMAN RESOURCESto make people less willing to do their jobDelayering (=reducing the number of management levels) can create insecurity, demotivate staff and lower their morale.demotivated adjectiveAs a result of the redundancies, we now have a demoralised and demotivated workforce.demotivating adjectiveLack of challenge can be very demotivating.demotivation noun [uncountable]Demotivation in the workplace leads to a rise in the number of sick days.
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