Quiet Quitting

Publisher: LEAPCare

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Quiet Quitting

Over the last few years, life as we know it has forever changed, including the way businesses operate. The pandemic sparked new conversations about what it means to truly be happy with your job, and topics that were formerly considered “personal matters” like mental health became the forefront of a new movement — the Great Resignation. Between 2020 and 2021, over 56 million people quit their jobs. By March 2022, the wave of resignations showed no signs of slowing with 8.6 million people quitting that month alone. With millions of people leaving their jobs, companies are realizing staffing shortages and fierce competition in talent acquisition.