You won’t see “quiet quitting” on any attrition reports. But if unaddressed it has the potential to cause employees to disengage and leave.
Seeing colleagues quitting can induce in employees the fear of being left behind and wondering if the grass is in fact greener somewhere else. Facilitating open and honest conversations can be an effective way of addressing this and resolving workplace issues that cause it. Otherwise, leaders can become regarded as proponents of “quiet firing” when they fail to act. Committing to employees’ professional development will positively impact retention and job satisfaction and help quell the debilitating voices of discontent.
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