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Quiet quitting is taking over TikTok as a new workplace trend popular with Gen Z. However, it may be a misnomer for setting healthy boundaries in the workplace.
«The term 'quiet quitting' is so offensive, because it suggests that people that do their work have somehow quit their job, framing workers as some sort of villain in an equation where they're doing exactly what they were told,»
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«the quitter keeps their job and chooses to do only the bare minimum rather than go above and beyond»
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Advice for managers on addressing the “quiet quitting” phenomenon and increasing employee engagement.
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