disincentive

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Synonyms for disincentive

Synonyms for disincentive

a negative motivational influence

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Regulator Trai has been asked to formulate a system of incentives and disincentives for service quality
Of the 18% of employers who reported not offering incentives or disincentives, 53% indicated the reason was that it was not part of their corporate culture and 47% are not sure it works.
there will be too many disincentives for a faculty development program to succeed" (Padgett & Conceicao-Runlee, 2000, 331).
Readers must wait for the last essay, "Why I Burned my Book", to find the intriguing answer to the book's title--a dramatic account of activism in the face of policy disincentives to scholarly effort that keeps attention and interest throughout.
Treating some savings options (529 plans) as assets, and others (tuition prepayment plans) as direct resources against cost of attendance, is not appropriate and may work as a disincentive to families' saving for college.
Those five areas are incentives and disincentives, standards and measures, training, communication, and consistently appropriate top management behavior.
Empirical and anecdotal evidence suggests that certain federal policies provide significant disincentives to people with severe disabilities who want to work (Berkowitz, 1987; Martin, Conley & Noble, 1995; National Council on Disability, 1997; Watson, 1993).
According to counselor #2, the success of these strategies is affected by local conditions such as the state of the Local Economy (a rural area with little industry), Disincentives to employment faced by people with severe disabilities, and a Changing Agency Climate caused by fewer funds and an emphasis on serving more difficult cases.
To evaluate the improvement in incentives associated with equilibrium pricing, we define a measure, called the disincentive index, of the extent to which a set of prices creates economic disincentives to efficient behavior.
The American Institute of CPAs urged Congress to remove tax disincentives that prevent business from funding their pension plans fully.
But what Westinghouse and the government appear to ignore are the disincentives that such double-contracting implies--disincentives that promote precisely the kind of contract corruption that plagued the 40-year, spill-filled nuclear weapons buildup.
Employer attitudes, lack of access, lack of usable public transportation, lack of housing, and the remaining financial disincentives to work all continue to contribute to far too many adults becoming the kind of pitiful, tragic figures that used to characterize the fund raising appeals of organizations serving people with disabilities.
There has been no similar incentive for food production; in fact, there have actually been a host of economic disincentives.
Recent regulatory change has created disincentives to lending, yet lending continues to grow.
Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) today released a draft amendment to the Quality of Service of Broadband Service Regulations, 2006 (11 of 2006) on financial disincentives, and sought comments of stakeholders.