Leadership and Diversity
September 5, 2022
Quiet quitting has been a buzzword across the media in the last few months. It describes a situation in which an employee becomes disengaged and does the bare minimum required in their work.
Recent research indicates that quiet quitting is less about employee willingness to work harder and extend themselves and more dependent on leaders and managers to develop relationships that make staff feel valued and appreciated.
This a sad predicament and it makes me ask the question: what steps are organisations taking to keep employees engaged and is it enough?