Tag: Quiet Quitting

Uncovering the Connection: Caregiving, Burnout, and the Workplace

Burnout is the state of mental exhaustion caused by prolonged stress and can manifest both physically and mentally, with symptoms like insomnia, irritability, fatigue, and a general lack of motivation. Burnout is increasingly prevalent in workplaces, leading to heightened absenteeism, a trend of “quiet quitting,” and employee turnover. Its repercussions can have significant economic impacts.  […]

What Is NATO Applying? How The Dating Trend Is Coming to the Workplace

If you haven’t heard of NATO dating – which means people dating are “not attached to an outcome” but rather open to all connections – you may soon get wind of it in your workplace as NATO applying, according to CEO/founder of Rising Team and Stanford lecturer Jennifer Dulski. “With many employers breaking trust lately […]

How to Use People Analytics to Restore Sanity in the Workplace in 2024

Since the COVID-19 pandemic pushed people out of the office and precipitated a generational rethinking about the nature of work and its place in our lives, companies and their employees are suffering through an increasingly antagonistic relationship. According to one analysis, approximately half of Americans are unhappy in their jobs, while 83 percent of people […]

2023 Labor Trend – the Shift from the Great Resignation to Quiet Quitting

The past few years in the workplace have been defined by the Great Resignation, a period marked by significant employee turnover and a quest for more fulfilling work. This era symbolized worker empowerment, with many in the US leaving their jobs for roles that better aligned with their values and improved their life quality. However, […]

Welcome to the Big Stay

Employers around the country may still shudder at the mention of the Great Resignation, which saw millions of workers leave their jobs or even leave the workforce entirely. Those who stuck around might have engaged in practices like “quiet quitting” or “Bare Minimum Mondays,” both involving doing the bare minimum either one day at the […]

Understanding and Addressing the Job Cuffing Phenomenon

As if employers weren’t already struggling with quiet quitting, bare minimum Mondays and ghosting, a new trend has emerged in the professional world, known as “job cuffing.” This term, inspired by “relationship cuffing,” describes the phenomenon where employees choose to remain in their current positions while waiting for a more fitting opportunity, rather than actively […]

Bridging the Employee-Employer Divide: From Toxicity to Trust in the Age of AI

In recent years, a perfect storm of accelerating factors has roiled the corporate landscape. From the shockwaves of the pandemic to the ever-widening income gap between executives and their employees, there’s an evident and growing strain on the relationship between labor and management. If ‘The Great Resignation’ and ‘Quiet Quitting’ hadn’t tipped us off already, […]

Why Skills-Based Recruitment Could be the Solution to Talent Shortages

Identifying and hiring the right talent has long been one of the top recruitment challenges, and the ongoing skills crisis has become HR’s latest headache. While millions of fresh graduates walk out of university with a bachelor’s or master’s degree every year, many companies are still having trouble finding people with the right skill sets […]

5 Tips for Giving Employees Gifts That Will Make a Difference This Holiday Season

The holiday season provides an opportunity for companies to express gratitude and appreciation to their employees and customers. It’s a time to end the year on a positive note, strengthen relationships, and lay the foundation for a promising new year. However, as the saying goes, “It’s the thought that counts.” A poorly chosen gift can […]

3 Alternatives to Quiet Cutting

There’s yet another new term for what’s happening in the workplace: “quiet cutting.” This practice sounds similar to “quiet quitting” but is very different. Where quiet quitting is employee disengagement, quiet cutting describes the practice of reassigning an employee to an undesirable role in the hopes the employee will quit. Furthermore, some businesses may choose […]