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The term ‘quiet quitting’ does us all a disservice because nobody is downing tools – just seeking work-life balance

Kathy Donaghy


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The pandemic has altered views on how much time people should spend at work. Photo: Stock image

The pandemic has altered views on how much time people should spend at work. Photo: Stock image

The pandemic has altered views on how much time people should spend at work. Photo: Stock image

The freshly minted term of “quiet quitting” is sparking a lot of anger and it’s no wonder. It means doing what you’re paid for in work without going above and beyond.

Starting life as a TikTok trend, the sensation has made its way into the lexicon of the modern workplace, creating much debate about how to combat the phenomenon and re-energise exhausted workers.


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