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Quiet Quitting

   

Definition: Quiet Quitting is a term for a frequently occurring phenomenon in businesses and organizations in which employees are coming to work to achieve the minimum requirements of one's role in the time that the employee is at work. This is usually accompanied with the employee's unwillingness to do overtime and with no room or willingness for stepping outside one's designated work obligations or to "go the extra mile".


   
   
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