Interesting questions! A bit convoluted, but interesting!
First, it might help to remember that the MC Resolve of Change or Steadfast is not only about whether they embraced the MC Solution, but more holistically, it's whether they changed their whole perspective / worldview on their personal issues. And remember it's a binary thing -- you compare them at the beginning of the story and the end. So for this question:
...what really matters is whether he changed his whole worldview in going with Order, and whether he stuck with it. If he just went with Order temporarily without changing his worldview, he's still a Steadfast character.
So, he's driven by being reduced -- maybe he's already been fired or maybe he's just driven by the layoffs happening all around him, worried that he'll be next. I would actually look to Symptom and Response to figure him out better, and not worry about the "demotivating" Solution so much until you really have Problem, Symptom, Response nailed.
Let's try Symptom: Probability and Response: Possibility. Maybe he sees the fact that he'll probably be fired as his biggest problem, so he looks for possible ways to avoid being fired, and so he sleeps with his boss. But afterwards she wants a whole relationship with him and wants him to take her to a fancy restaurant, buy flowers, etc. etc. and the whole big Production of that is just too much for him, it's not worth it...
You could do a similar scenario if he was already fired -- now he's probably not going to make rent, but then he gets offered a great chance at starting a new career in sales. He's all excited about it, but in the sales job the need to produce really gets him down and saps his motivation.
That's how I'd do it anyway -- think about Problem, Symptom, and Response first and don't worry about Solution (Demotivator) until a cool way to fit it in presents itself. Because of the way the quads work dramatically, it'll probably almost happen on its own.