Protect Your People From Quiet Quitting

We’ve experienced “quiet” or “ghost” quitting by disgruntled workers over the years, but it has become common enough recently to earn an official name. “Quiet quitting” means that you still do your job, but limit your effort to the minimum required, never going above and beyond what you absolutely have to do.

Today’s employees are much more than disgruntled. They are overworked, burned out, and have had it with employers that don’t show they care about them. What can you do to protect your people and workplace from it?

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