“Quiet quitting” has been defined as doing the bare minimum amount at work in an effort to find a better work-life balance. Its proponents say it’s just doing what they’re getting paid for. Critics say it is a recipe for disaster for workers who could stunt their own professional development.
JW Michaels Co-Founder Jason Wachtel appeared on KPRC 2+ to discuss what the trend means for the workplace.
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