The new trend is all about setting clear work-life boundaries.
More employees are stepping back from work burdens amid burnout culture.
Another trend is taking over social media, “quiet quitting”, but what does it mean?
Some said they are doing the minimum required at their jobs so they can focus on outside activities and family.
Are you feeling burnt out at your job, but quitting isn’t an option?
Dr. David Rice takes on a work trend popular on TikTok, and explains why it's something you and everyone at your practice should be aware of—and wary of.
As U.S. labor productivity recorded its biggest ever drop in the second quarter, some are blaming the rising trend of “quiet quitting” for the slump.
Quiet quitting: More employees burned out by COVID-era workloads say theyll do whats required in their jobs but wont go above and beyond.#160;#160;#160;#160;#160;