Challenge Case: Quiet Quitting

Quiet Quitting: Report Cover

Employees are “quiet quitting” rather than giving what the organization needs to succeed with its goals.

I’ve noticed over the last few months that my team seems to be slowing down.

People will agree with the team’s commitment, and then somehow the work doesn’t get done on time. There used to be a good number of people who took our promises seriously and did what they had to do to meet our due dates. Now it seems like even many of those don’t care any more.

Work isn’t getting done, and when the deadline comes around, the few who are still dedicated say that there’s too much work left for them to get it done on time. They’re really getting burned out, and it’s not fair to them that the others seem to be slacking off and letting them get stuck with the last-minute scramble.

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