5 ways to end quiet quitting: Put your people first

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How many times have you heard the phrase ‘quiet quitting’ recently?

Chances are, more than a few. It’s the latest buzz in the business world, but what does it mean?

In essence, it refers to people becoming less productive at work. Quiet quitters gradually pull back and drop their productivity, usually due to low motivation.

Some, especially younger people, argue that this is simply about no longer going above and beyond, which should be celebrated rather than feared. As one professional wrote on the r/antiwork subreddit, quiet quitting is simply “doing the job you were hired for, at the

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