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How We Work: It’s Time to Talk About Quiet Quitting – Featuring KeyAnna Schmiedl

Publication date:
November 22, 2022
Article Summary: 

The blog post titled "How We Work: Quiet Quitting" by Keyanna Schmiedl on the Workhuman website explores the concept of "quiet quitting" in the workplace. The article defines quiet quitting as a situation where employees mentally check out from their work and disengage without actively seeking other job opportunities. It highlights that quiet quitting can be detrimental to both the individual and the organization, leading to decreased productivity, disengagement, and potential turnover. The blog post discusses the reasons behind quiet quitting, including lack of fulfillment, burnout, and feeling undervalued or unrecognized. It suggests that organizations need to address these underlying issues and create a positive work environment that promotes employee well-being, growth, and recognition. The article offers practical tips for leaders and organizations to prevent quiet quitting, such as fostering open and honest communication, providing meaningful work and development opportunities, offering regular feedback and recognition, and promoting work-life balance. By addressing the causes of quiet quitting and prioritizing employee engagement, organizations can improve retention, productivity, and overall workplace culture.


Workhuman, Blog, How We Work, Quiet Quitting, Employee disengagement, Productivity, Employee turnover, Fulfillment, Burnout, Feeling undervalued, Feeling unrecognized, Positive work environment, Employee well-being, Growth opportunities, Recognition, Open communication, Honest communication, Meaningful work, Development opportunities, Feedback, Work-life balance, Employee retention, Workplace culture.

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How We Work: It’s Time to Talk About Quiet Quitting – Featuring KeyAnna Schmiedl
November 22, 2022
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