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The ultimate guide to quiet quitting What is it and how organizations can deal with it

As quiet quitting trends globally, understand what it means, how it affects productivity and how organizations can put a check on it.

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Top takeaways

What is quiet quitting, and should companies be worried about it?

Reasons for quiet quitting

How companies can engage employees

What’s inside this Ebook


Quiet quitting is a rejection of the hustle culture and a way to achieve the perfect work-life balance. Here is an in-depth look at quiet quitting, its reasons, and how companies can prevent it.

What you will learn from this eBook:

Get an overview of reasons behind quiet quitting and how organizations can deal with it.

Sneak Peek

The central idea of quiet quitting is doing the minimum necessary work per the job role. For quiet quitters, work is not the primary focus of life, and they resist putting in extra hours. They also have disinclination towards going beyond what their position requires, taking up tasks that are strictly within their job description.

Quiet quitting employees want to set clear boundaries to improve work-life balance. Such employees fulfill their job roles but do not subscribe to the “work is life” ideology to guide their careers and stand out among their peers.

Written by

- Harsh Sharma

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