Why We Can’t Quit Talking About Quiet Quitting

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The viral trend of the summer, “quiet quitting” has been anything but quiet — and some would argue that it’s not even a trend. What started as a 17-second TikTok meditation on hustle culture has quickly become the latest battlefront between employees and their bosses.

Some say quiet quitting is a response from pandemic-worn workers fending off burnout; others dismiss it as a Gen Z buzzword for the age-old practice of slacking off on the job. Media mogul Ariana Huffington went so far as to call it “a step toward quitting on life,” while the Boston Globe hailed it as

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