Jobat on Quiet Quitting

Jobat wrote an article on Quiet Quitting, based on an interview with Koen Blanquart

Interview with Koen Blanquart on Quiet Quitting

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.

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