Welcome to September’s edition of HR Hot Topics! This month’s episode focuses on a phrase that has been getting a lot of attention lately – Quiet Quitting. This catchy use of alliteration has been used to describe an employee who is doing the bare minimum not to get fired. In other words, doing no more than what is specifically required. While more and more employees view this as simply ‘doing the job’, most staffing models are built around the idea that team members will work to their full potential. When that doesn’t happen, due to personal choice, illness or competing priorities, it can cost companies billions of dollars.
Tune in below to learn more. RELATED ARTICLES/LINKS:6 Signs that a ‘Quiet Quitter’ is Among your Employees and What to do about it (Forbes Article)‘Quiet Quitting’: A Revolution in How We Work or the End of Working Hard? (CBS News Article)Quiet Quitting – What is it and Where do you Stand on it? (Forbes Article)Presenteeism: At Work – But Out of It (Harvard Business Review Article)Like what you see and want to learn more? Be sure to check out our YouTube channel to view past Hot Topics videos. Please “like” the video and hit the subscribe button to help me get the word out on YouTube! As always, if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach me directly via email at JodiSchafer@workwithHRM.com. To learn more about our consulting services, free resources and training opportunities, spend some time on our company website at www.workwithHRM.com or check out our online training platform at www.HRhazmat.com. Enjoy the Change of Seasons ~