Are there quiet quitters on your payroll?
A quiet quitter is an employee who is not engaged in work (psychologically disengaged) and does the minimum required to keep a job. According to a Gallup Poll, about 50% of the U.S. workforce are now quiet quitters. The problem is most acute among remote workers under age 35. What do to? One suggestion is to have conversations with employees to reduce disengagement and burnout. Another is to create accountability for job performance. #IdeaoftheDayDaily tips on legal, tax, financial, and other matters to make you a smarter entrepreneur.
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