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The rise of 'quiet quitting' - and why it might be a win-win

2022-08-17 12:08

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The rise of 'quiet quitting' - and why it might be a win-win

The banality of some aspects of modern work and the sense of existentialism brought about by the global pandemic have led many to question their approach...

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The banality of some aspects of modern work and the sense of existentialism brought about by the global pandemic have led many to question their approach to their working lives.

 

'Quiet quitting', as it is known, has, in fact, gone mainstream. But this article by the University of Bristol's Nilufar Ahmed argues that this trend may well bring benefits to employees and employers alike...

 

Read more of her thinking.

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