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A 'Quiet Promotion' Will Cost You a Lot — Use This Expert's 4-Step Strategy to Avoid It Ginni Saraswati, CEO and founder of podcast production house Ginni Media, reveals how to make sure you're not leaving any money on the table.

By Amanda Breen

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Ginni Saraswati

"Quiet quitting" had its headline moment — but have you heard of "quiet promoting"?

You might not know it by name yet, but odds are you've encountered it in a professional setting before: when an employee starts getting more work or responsibilities in their role without additional compensation.

CEO and founder of podcasting production house Ginni Media Ginni Saraswati tells Entrepreneur that quiet promotions are detrimental in the workplace. Growing businesses require their employees' roles to grow with them, she says, and piling work onto top performers without fair pay is a sure path to burnout, resentment and turnover.

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