A Look at the Quiet Quitting Phenomenon

Employees who only put in the bare minimum effort, fulfilling their job requirements without going above and beyond, can create problems, such as not always meeting the high expectations of customers

If you have your finger on the pulse of the American workplace, you’ve probably heard the phrase “quiet quitting.”

To call it a trend may actually be an understatement; a recent Gallup poll notes that at least half of the workforce is made up of “quiet quitters,” making...

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