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'Quiet quitting': How much of a problem is it?

A new Gallup survey claims to support the idea that employee disengagement really is on the rise, calling the quiet quitting trend a “crisis.” Image: Unsplash/Tim van der Kuip

Sarah Todd

Senior Reporter, Quartz

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For workers, quiet quitting doesn’t necessarily mean that they’re spending eight hours a day feeling miserable or checked out.
For workers, quiet quitting doesn’t necessarily mean that they’re spending eight hours a day feeling miserable or checked out. Image: Gallup, State of the Global Workplace: 2022 report

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