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Quiet Quitting 101 for Employers

Posted by Inova Payroll on Sep 29, 2022

According to CBS, “There’s a new term for clocking in and doing the bare minimum at work: ‘quiet quitting.’” The term refers to a type of disengaged employee practice in which employees stop going above and beyond and do as little as possible – just enough to maintain their job. Quiet quitting is, at a basic level, a silent rebellion against work conditions. 

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Topics: Employer Basics, Burnout symptoms, Work burnout

8 Indicators of Potential Workplace Violence

Posted by Muhammad Talha on Aug 11, 2022

You just finished making yourself some coffee and are walking over to your desk when you suddenly hear a commotion. You and your colleague give each other puzzled looks and go find out what all the ruckus is about. You stare in disbelief at an enraged co-worker being dragged away by security!

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Topics: Human Resources, Workplace Safety, Burnout symptoms, Work burnout

Strategies for Preventing Burnout at Work

Posted by Stephanie Rieselman on Sep 18, 2020

As businesses continue to push for higher levels of quality, service, and overall business agility, the pressure on individuals at the managerial level is on the rise. Managers are deluged with sets of competing demands, challenged with leading teams made up of different personalities, and ordered to do more with less. As a result, they find themselves working longer hours and become more prone to experiencing work burnout.

A recent survey conducted by Gallup found that out of 7,500 full-time employees, nearly 23 percent reported feeling burned out at work often, while an additional 44% reported feeling burned out sometimes. 

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Topics: Burnout symptoms, Work burnout

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