Workforce and Employment

What is quiet quitting?

Quiet quitting doesn’t mean actually quitting your job. It just means doing what’s required and then getting on with your life – having more work-life balance. Image: Unsplash/Yasmina H

Victoria Masterson

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Quiet quitting is a way of dealing with burnout, an organizational behaviour expert tells GQ magazine.
Quiet quitting is a way of dealing with burnout, an organizational behaviour expert tells GQ magazine. Image: 2022 Edelman Trust Barometer

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