InfoBytesJanuary 31, 2023

The threat that is quiet quitting and what to do about it

Recent statistics show that 50% of the US workforce comprises quiet quitters. If this is true, companies can forget about reaching their targets regarding growth and profitability.

When half your workforce is doing the bare minimum, the result is catastrophic bottom-line results.

Already under pressure from the great resignation and the havoc this has wreaked on business strategies, human resource practitioners are yet again faced with a new challenge.

The more disengaged employees feel, the more difficult it will be to achieve ambitious goals like fostering a solid, inclusive company culture.

The pressure to hire new workers will in turn have an impact on the maintenance of operations, and increase training budgets in an already stagnant economy.

CRS has tips for your strategy to reduce quiet quitting here.

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