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How to Push Back Against Quiet Quitting

Published Fri Dec 16 2022


The trend of quiet quitting—the refusal to go above and beyond a job description—has employers worried. Employees are demanding a better work-life balance and refusing to work themselves to the point of burnout. So how do you keep people from reaching this point? Start by making time a priority. Help your employees use their time more efficiently, and don’t put roadblocks in the way such as large-scale or unnecessary meetings. Clarify priorities, and help your employees manage their time to meet their demands. Overall, support them in their efforts to achieve greater flexibility and more control. Training also plays a role. As a leader, you can help staff members feel more valuable and satisfied by providing meaningful training to help them advance their careers. This will ultimately encourage employees to take on more responsibilities and say “yes” to new opportunities.

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