Discussing "quiet quitting"
Have you heard about "quiet quitting"? The short definition of quiet quitting is doing the baseline requirement of your job, never taking any work home, and entirely separating work from your personal life. In that sense, it's not quitting at all, and for many older Americans, the term is confusing. But younger workers say it's a cultural shift. They want more work-life balance and they're not willing to make work their identities.
Our guests are human resources professionals who have different takes on the debate. Our guests: