Employees celebrate it on TikTok and LinkedIn, managers fear it, and no one really knows what the long term effect will be. What is quiet quitting, and why is it suddenly everywhere?
Quiet quitting is often described as doing only what’s required in one’s job description and nothing more. In the wake of the pandemic, with burnout at an all-time high and the revoking of work from home benefits, quiet quitting is a way for employees to express how engaged they are with their roles—or with the culture of their companies.
Join us to hear from experts in employee experience and retention from Guru, Bravely, and Bonusly about how to recognize quiet quitting, respond to it, and reverse the trend at your company.
You’ll also learn:
- The corollaries of quiet quitting: quiet firing and quiet promotion
- Actionable ways to identify employee unhappiness
- Tactics for supporting managers
- Impactful ways to make all employees feel valued