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Quiet quitting has become the new workplace buzzword across the U.S. in recent months after a TikTok video went viral. The term refers to employees rejecting the idea of going above and beyond at work and simply reducing their efforts to the basic requirements of their roles.

This growing trend came at a time when the HR community is already grappling with the impact of the “Great Resignation”, including higher turnover rates and the intensifying tug-of-war to acquire new talent. Now, HR professionals are under mounting pressure to forge new strategies to prevent quiet quitting from becoming their next problem.

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