If you’ve read the news lately, you have likely heard about quiet quitting.

Unlike what the name suggests, quiet quitting isn’t about terminating your employment. It means to fly under the radar and do exactly what’s required of you as an employee — no more, no less.

In a word, it’s coasting.

This phenomenon is an organized response to burnout culture. It’s a way to “opt-out” of the hustle lifestyle.

As you can imagine…I have thoughts.

In today’s episode, we discuss:

  • What is quiet quitting and how it caught on as a “movement”
  • Research from Harvard Business Review on what improves employee performance (and what contributes to quiet quitting)
  • How quiet quitting is a call to action for employees and Leaders — and what to do next!

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If you like this episode, you may be interested in:

The Retention Roadmap: Equip (Season 3, Episode 2)
The Retention Roadmap: Encourage (Season 3, Episode 3)
The Retention Roadmap: Empower (Season 3, Episode 4)
The Retention Roadmap: Engage (Season 3, Episode 5)
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