The Quiet Quitting trend started after a short video on TikTok, only to explode across the Internet and media in the past couple of weeks. This phenomenon isn’t about quitting your job, it’s more about refusing to idolize the hustle culture and being available for work 24/7.
Simply put, advocates of quiet quitting don’t want to go above and beyond at work, trying to impress their bosses with high productivity, efficiency, and performance. They want to regain the work/life balance, doing only the tasks that fit their job description within set hours.
And you, as a manager, may wonder where this strong employee reaction comes from, what the causes of this quiet rebellion are, and what you can do if the quiet quitting starts affecting your productivity and business success.…Continue reading