“Quiet quitting”? Really?

by George Pastidis

Quiet quitters make up at least 50% of the U.S. workforce, the Gallup research finds and the LinkedIn editor Yessi Bello Perez LinkedIn defines “quiet quitting” as follows: “is about rejecting the notion that work has to take over one’s life and that employees should go above and beyond what their job descriptions entail. According to Metro, this can take many forms – including turning down projects based on interest, refusing to answer work messages outside of working hours or simply feeling less invested in the role.” read more…

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