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What to Do About Quiet Quitting: 3 Ways to Reframe the Narrative

Stacy Thompson
Publication date:
September 15, 2022
Article Summary: 

Quiet quitting, or "quitting in place" or, simply, "disengagement," is the latest viral catchphrase that reminds us of the pandemic's shift in workplace culture. It is a wakeup call for employers to get to the root cause of the problem and view it as an opportunity to better align with employee needs, expectations, and motivators. Three ways to reframe the narrative are to get managers keyed in, get employees connected to their work, and get managers plugged into the people behind the work. Good managers are good listeners and understand the needs of their employees. To re-engage employees who may be quietly quitting, employers should develop a culture of continuous feedback, with frequent check-ins, personalized to the individual employee, and tap into the power of recognition. This will help employees feel like their growth and development is being taken seriously and that they are working towards a clearly defined goal, with support along the way.


quiet quitting, disengagement, management strategies, employee engagement, employee motivation

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Stacy Thompson
What to Do About Quiet Quitting: 3 Ways to Reframe the Narrative
September 15, 2022
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