How HR leaders can mitigate burnout and engage today’s workforce

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Move over Great Resignation, the latest workforce trend is “quiet quitting.” Quiet quitting happens when employees, feeling burned out and unfulfilled in their roles, do the bare minimum required. To be clear, these employees are not leaving their job but rather setting firm boundaries around what they will—and will no longer—do.

A rejection of “hustle culture” and a byproduct of more than two years of video calls, remote happy hours and COVID fatigue, quiet quitting is a recalibration of priorities to put one’s own wellbeing first. Think life/work balance instead of work/life balance.

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As HR professionals, it’s

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