Quiet Quitting

Summary Definition: When an employee decides to only work on their job's defined responsibilities instead of going above and beyond expectations for their role.

What is Quiet Quitting?

Quiet Quitting occurs when employees don't exceed expectations for their role, but instead decide to only work on the tasks and responsibilities specifically listed in the job's description. In other words, it's a decision to not engage with an organization or workplace beyond a job's defined role. 

This decision can be influenced by a few factors, such as higher job security, an increase in remote or hybrid working arrangements, and a prioritization of work/life balance or mental health.


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