In this exciting episode of the Holistic Wealth podcast with Keisha Blair, we have an exciting solo episode on quiet quitting: what is it and what can employers do to address it?
The distinctive features of “quiet quitting,” a term coined to describe how people are approaching their jobs and professional lives differently to manage burnout, include leaving work at 5 p.m. sharp, only doing required daily tasks, limiting chats with colleagues and not working overtime.
“Quiet quitting,” is a term coined to describe how people are approaching their jobs and professional lives differently in order to manage burnout. The phrase — which isn’t actually intended to lead to a resignation — exploded on social media when a TikTok video went viral.
While the words “quiet quitting” have become controversial for some, others say that the approach frees up time to spend with family and friends or to take care of oneself. In short, it’s a renewed commitment to life beyond the workplace.
On the podcast, we discuss the trend of quiet quitting and what employers can do to address it. I also discussed various strategies from my new book: Holistic Wealth (Expanded and Updated): 36 Life Lessons To Help You Recover From Disruption, Find Your Life Purpose and Achieve Financial Freedom.
If you are a leader, manager, human resources professional, business owner, organizational change consultant, expert or leader, or just an employee or employer, don’t miss this episode. Tune in to listen to this episode of the Holistic wealth podcast with Keisha Blair.
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What Is It? What Can Employers Do To Address It?