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How to Address and Remedy Quiet Quitting in the Workplace
By Scott Cruz on November 7, 2022 at 12:30 PM

Greensfelder Officer Scott Cruz authored an article on the “quiet quitting” phenomenon that has been permeating workplaces nationwide in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The article, titled “How to Address and Remedy Quiet Quitting in the Workplace,” was published in the fourth-quarter edition of The Illinois Manufacturer.

As noted in the article, “quiet quitting” describes workers who scale back their work efforts, or “check out,” and do not push to go the extra mile without some kind of recognition or compensation. For employers to protect their businesses, it is critical that they “recognize the signs of a budding quiet quitter and immediately take steps to prevent and address it,” Cruz wrote.

Read the full article in The Illinois Manufacturer.

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