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Managing ‘Quiet Quitting’ - Guidance for HR Professionals

Managing ‘Quiet Quitting’ - Guidance for HR Professionals

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Intermediate: Requires some prior subject knowledge
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0.5 hours
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Introduction

‘Quiet quitting’ refers to an employee who does the bare minimum in their role. They are not engaged or committed to the employer and do not put in any more time, effort, or enthusiasm than is necessary to maintain their position.

Quiet quitting can be a drain on the employer and if left unchecked can have a negative impact on other employees.

However, employees suspected of quiet quitting require careful management as they are technically doing what they are contracted to do.

Ideal for HR professionals, this short webinar, will explore how to manage quiet quitting.

What You Will Learn

This webinar will cover the following:

  • What is meant by the concept of quiet quitting?
  • How to manage someone who is quiet quitting
  • The impact of quiet quitting on other employees in the organisation
  • Engaging employees - what is meant by engagement, and what level of engagement is needed in an organisation?
  • When is it appropriate to use a performance management process?

This webinar was recorded on 23rd January 2024

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