How HR leaders can tackle quiet quitting
The term quiet quitting has been gaining in popularity over recent months. Referring to when employees disengage from their work and focus solely on doing the bare minimum to maintain employment, the concept has engaged HR leaders everywhere.
In this panel discussion, you’ll hear from experts in HR and employee engagement as they discuss ways HR leaders can take proactive steps to maintain employee engagement. This webinar will explore the root cause of the phenomenon, discuss ways to fight burnout and develop psychological safety in the workplace and provide the tools needed to address quiet quitting.
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