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Are You a Victim of Quiet Quitting? Look in the Mirror for Answers. If your business feels like you have a revolving door, it's not external market conditions. It's you.

By George Deeb

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The past year brought about several post-Covid workforce trends. The first was the Great Resignation, with an estimated 20% of workers planning to quit their jobs in 2022. Most recently the topic of "quiet quitting" has made headlines — it's a concept popularized on TikTok wherein employees do their work but don't go above and beyond.

To me, it's clear that these are both problems with the employers, not the employees. If employees were happy, respected and engaged in their jobs, they wouldn't feel the need to quit their jobs, either outright or in mindset while still employed. Here's how to diagnose if you have any problems that need fixing in your business and stem the tide of resignations.

Related: 5 Ways to Respond to Your Quiet-Quitting Employees' Cry For Help