‘Quiet Hiring:’ A New Name for a Revived Practice

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The trend of repackaging established workplace behaviors and practices into new buzzwords continues. In the wake of last year’s “quiet quitting” and “quiet firing” phenomena—catchphrases for employee disengagement and passive performance management—comes “quiet hiring,” when employers fill talent gaps by shifting employees around and hiring contractors or part-time workers.

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