It could be taking control of your work/life balance. Doing your job while still doing more than expecte – but respecting your personal time and rejecting the idea that work can take over your life. Other people might start by doing the bare minimum. By no longer going “above and beyond”. And using language like “avoiding corporate exploitation”. You might treat the quiet quitting trend with disdain or welcome the conversation. But be aware that as people take different approaches and interpretations of this trend. So might you and your actions be perceive in different ways by your team. Boss. Organization. And even clients. Here’s a video explaining the concept of “acting your wage”. Will it impact team culture and spirit? Some people might be lucky enough to work in a culture that respects saying “no” to burnout. Luckier still are those in an organization that promotes the concept and sets company-wide work boundaries and wellness days
On the flipside
On the flipside. If one member of the team adopts this quiet quitting approach it can disrupt the team new database cohesion. The team might feel like they are impacte adversely. And begrudge picking up the slack or pushing out deadlines. If you’re a team manager. It might be time to take a minute to review the work status quo (especially if you manage a remote team). Are you happy with your workplace approach to task deadlines. Staff well-being. And your training provisions? Have you implemente any strategies to help your employees feel include in the company. Its objectives and therefore connecte to their work? (here’s a quick peek at the world’s 10 happiest companies in 2021 via cnbc). Become a world class digital marketer am i satisfie with my job?
Are you ‘quiet quitting’
If the concept of this trend is attractive to you it’s also worth asking. Are you ‘quiet new database quitting’ or disengaging? Burnout is one of the top reasons why staff are not satisfie with their jobs and become increasingly disengage. Recent research by gallup found that there is a staggering increase in the rates of disengagement and unhappiness amongst employees. With the number one reporte cause being “unfair treatment at work”. While 50 percent of us and canadian workers reporte feeling stresse in their jobs on a daily basis. Daily stress by employees daily stress by employees check out our tips on how to identify and manage burnout