Quiet Quitting Is About Bad Bosses, Not Bad Employees

· Harvard Business Review · Jack Zenger, Joseph Folkman

Every employee, every workday, makes a decision: Are they only willing to do the minimum work necessary to keep their job? Or are they willing to put more of their energy and effort into their work?

In the last few weeks, many of those who choose the former have self-identified as “quiet quitters.”

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