Jobat on Quiet Quitting
Jobat wrote an article on Quiet Quitting, based on an interview with Koen Blanquart
William Visterin wrote an article on quiet quitting in Jobat.
A lot of employees consciously choose to reduce their performance to the absolute minimum. The phenomenon also has a name: quiet quitting.
The laxity towards those underperformers makes high-performing individuals feel like victims of bad management
The workplace and organization can also offer a solution, for example, in terms of talent tracking. “Look for working models where location and time are no longer a limitation on the number of suitable candidates who can and want to work for your company.”
Read the article here (in Dutch), or have a look at this blogpost I wrote earlier on the subject of quiet quitting.
Koen Blanquart is an author, keynote speaker, and strategy consultant. Being a digital nomad, Koen operates worldwide, while he considers New York his home base. In his most recent book, Koen gathered tips and methods of digital nomads to manage a remote workforce and hybrid work. Koen explains how asynchronous and remote work is critical in creating a high-performance workforce in his most recent book. Whenever Koen finds a chance, he’s out and about with his camera.