Working Conversations Episode 124:

Loud Quitting - What It Is and What to Do About It

Are you feeling disconnected and disengaged at work recently?

Imagine a scenario where an employee isn't physically leaving their job, yet their actions and attitude scream disengagement. It's like a silent cry for help that echoes throughout the workplace.

If you've ever found yourself like that, you might be experiencing the effects of Loud Quitting.

So, what really is "Loud Quitting" and what to do about it?

It's the latest buzz in the world of workplace dynamics, following the waves of the Great Resignation and Quiet Quitting. Loud quitters are complaining, threatening to quit, or actually quitting and – and in any case doing so with a lot of drama. They are causing harm to their organization or to the leaders or managers that they worked with.

In this episode, I delve into the depths of this intriguing phenomenon and provide insights into how to navigate it. I offer essential guidance for individuals who find themselves in the throes of loud quitting or those who interact with someone going through this challenging experience.

If you’re a manager or a leader or in human resources, an employee who’s been actively disengaged, or if you’re feeling like this might be going on around you but you’re not in a position to do anything about it, this episode is for you.

Don't let the impact of Loud Quitting go unnoticed in your workplace.

Listen and catch the full episode here or wherever you listen to podcasts. You can also watch it and replay it on my YouTube channel, JanelAndersonPhD.

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Episode 75: Why Low Employee Engagement Might Be Good for Business
Episode 108: Why Coaching an Employee Out is Better than Quiet Firing




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