In 2022, employers across all industries face new work environment challenges. First, “The Great Resignation” and now “quiet quitting.” Quiet quitters aren’t just rejecting hustle culture or setting healthy boundaries for improved work-life balance. Many workers who enact this social media term are creating challenges for their managers and human resources. “Quiet quitters” are refusing to take on additional work beyond the bare minimum and spreading disengagement among their peers. Many employers need help setting boundaries of their own to prevent and address quiet quitting. In this new checklist, MP’s HR experts share best practices for handling quiet quitting.
Download the checklist to:
- Find out 10 strategies to address quiet quitting immediately
- Counteract quiet quitting and build a robust company culture to boost employee engagement
- Learn how to discipline quiet quitting—and maintain HR compliance
- Get useful tools and resources to prevent quiet quitting