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deskilling

From Longman Business Dictionarydeskillingde‧skil‧ling /ˌdiːˈskɪlɪŋ/ (also de-skilling) noun [uncountable]HUMAN RESOURCES1when employees do not learn the skills required to be able to work with modern technologyThe application of information technology is often thought to lead to deskilling, unemployment and resistance to change.2when employees in a particular job require a lower level of skills than beforethe de-skilling of jobs on the railways, where the traditional culture of safety is changing
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