Another recent buzzword in HR is “career cushioning”, which, from the perspective of the employer, is mostly about how employees stay on the lookout for new opportunities at different organizations. However, it also has various side effects that actually benefit your business.
Just like quiet quitting, quiet firing is not a new phenomenon, just a new, fitting name to sum up certain workplace practices. Unlike quiet quitting, however, quiet firing can actively hurt your business many ways. Read on to learn how it works and how you can build a better organization.
Quiet quitting is a new term that started circulating over the last year or so. It refers to employees doing the bare minimum at their job, as if they were already considering quitting – a behavior that gives rise to frustration among employers. What can you do against it? Get a better idea below.