demotivation


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demotivation

(diːˌməʊtɪˈveɪʃən)
n
1. the condition of being without motivation
2. the act of demotivating
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Master work-life balance to avoid conflict between your job and personal lifeThere is increasing work-life conflict amongst young people in the workplace, which leads to lethargy and demotivation at work.
Et tout cela nourrit une demotivation et une demobilisation generales qui font de sacres degats, a tous les niveaux, lesquels vont de la desobeissance civile a l'abstention aux elections (que les sondeurs predisent forte aux prochaines municipales), en passant par le non respect des lois, la corruption, le manque de productivite au travail ( qui est deja un fleau dans la plethorique administration tunisienne ), les incivilites diverses et variees, la montee de la violence, la dissolution du patriotisme, un climat insurrectionnel permanent dans les gouvernorats, etc.
This belief may also stop them from using the language and hence will cause further demotivation.
They will be out of the sport before their late teens through the inevitable demotivation.
Maintenance is the key It becomes much more difficult to achieve your desired weight loss during the festive period, which can lead to frustration, stress, and demotivation, especially when you don't see the scales or inches moving in the right direction.
Amid their relatives and close friends' constant demotivation and pessimism towards Ali's disability, Amireyeva said she chose to accept him the way he is without treating him differently.
They are seen as a threat to the staff of the mother company because they are the modern, hip version of them with a mandate to do their job in a better way; which ends up creating demotivation and a lack of cooperation.
Chronic marijuana use can increase the likelihood of motor vehicles accidents, cognitive impairment, psychoses, and demotivation.
Demotivation is the absolute lack of motivation, whereby individuals have no intention of engaging in an activity.
Sub theme b: Demotivation due to lack of opportunity and Progression/Remote area issues
I don't know why males are chosen to be head of department when females are available this creates demotivation among female doctors especially when they are expecting to become head.
After surveying 3,000 hotel staff in Dubai, the research showed that demotivation is caused by poor relationships, lack of growth opportunities, lack of engagement in the organisation, and job insecurity.