Managing the Quiet Quitter
In today’s world, management and human resource personnel must be on their A-game in all things relating to employees. With the new phenomenon upon us and continuing to “go viral,” management should have the latest tools to address what is now being described as “quiet quitting.” While there is no universal definition of “quiet quitting,” the basic gist is when an employee does the bare minimum in the performance of their job. The quality and production issues that employers will face if and when this gains more momentum will create all sorts of issues and problems for not only the employers but for co-workers and the greater economy.
This webcast, hosted by Jeff Risch and Beverly Alfon, is designed to not only offer management of all levels the tools to identify “quiet quitters” but will also provide the best approach in managing them while diminishing legal pitfalls along the way.