Let’s Talk About "Quiet Quitting” with Kate Grimaldi

September 01, 2022

Quiet Quitting is the new social media buzzword, but are your employees really quitting?
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It's no secret that the current pandemic has forced many of us to reevaluate our priorities. For some, that means taking a hard look at their careers and deciding what's truly important to them. Conversations around "hustle culture," constant availability, and working 24/7 has led to a new buzzword that's taken the internet by storm: “quiet quitting.” Listen in as Kate Grimaldi and host Shari Simpson chat about what the term quiet quitting means and why it’s one you shouldn’t be using.


Shari Simpson

Senior Manager Thought Leadership

Kate Grimaldi

Senior Director Enterprise Talent Strategy

Learn more about this workplace trend and how you can help better support employees and keep them engaged by checking out our article, “Quiet Quitting: What HR Needs to Know.”


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