webinar post speakers (4)-Oct-24-2022-06-00-49-46-PM

Practically overnight, the term “quiet quitting” has clogged up our LinkedIn feeds. In fact, half of U.S. workers say they’re quiet quitting. 😲 But is quiet quitting something to truly be afraid of? While it certainly sounds scary, we think there may be a larger problem hidden below the surface. New research from Gallup shows that nearly half of American workers are unengaged at work, and another 18% are actively disengaged. This number has increased in recent years, leading to some real problems for companies, including lower productivity, less profit, and higher turnover.

This interactive webinar explores the buzz around Quiet Quitting and its impact both on employees and employers. It also includes useful strategies for managers and people ops teams who are looking for ways to re-engage their teams.

In this recording, we'll cover:

  • Why we think the buzz around quiet quitting is masking the larger issue of growing employee disengagement
  • The importance of knowing what employee engagement looks like at your organization and how to measure it
  • Strategies for re-engaging your employees in order to make their work experience more fulfilling


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