Quiet Quitting: Definitions, Causes, and Tips to Enhance Work Culture
Gallup estimates that 50% of the US workforce is quiet quitting – making a conscious choice to perform the minimally acceptable amount of work.
The economic impact is staggering, with a Conference Board study on workplace engagement estimating quiet quitting cost US businesses $450 to 500 billion annually.
But organizations with a high percentage of quiet quitters are left asking their remaining workers to pick up the slack – which can undermine morale and spur disengagement.
If you want to stem the tide against quiet quitting download the free guide “Quiet Quitting: Definitions, Causes, and Tips to Enhance Work Culture.” It gives you a systematic breakdown of what quiet quitting is, why it may be occurring in your organization and steps you can take to address quiet quitting head on.
Inside the guide:
- Identifying quiet quitting in your workplace
- 5 factors that cause quiet quitting – how many are present in your organization?
- How to empathize with quiet quitting – so you can use it as a launchpad for change
- 6 ways to cultivate a healthy work environment – that addresses quiet quitting head on
Download it today for more help on reversing this corrosive trend.
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