Quiet Quitting

Quiet quitting, also known as silent resignation, refers to the act of an employee leaving a job or organization without formally notifying their employer or colleagues. It typically involves disengaging from work, reducing productivity, and gradually distancing oneself from the workplace before eventually leaving without a formal resignation letter or notice. Quiet quitting can be a passive way of expressing dissatisfaction or frustration with the job or work environment, and it may occur when employees feel unheard or unsupported.

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