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Quiet quitting: A reckless term for “disengaged” (access required)

People tend to check out when they feel they’re giving more than they receive at work, especially if it happens on a regular basis. Even the most engaged, committed team member will eventually shut down if they consistently face unreasonable workloads, deadlines or toxic environments
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