quiet quitting: are employers culturally aware?

a fad or a movement?

david bergstein and steven sacks chat about quiet quitting and how it may impact the accounting profession.

by steven sacks
the new fundamentals: practical guidance for today’s accounting firms

employees are not keen about returning to their offices after an almost two-and-a-half year (for some) hiatus from the hassle of commuting and balancing child care and other personal responsibilities. what are company leaders to do?
employees want to strike a balance between their work life and their family life (or life outside the office). the common employee refrain has been, “i want to find my life’s passion, and i need work flexibility to accomplish this.”


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what about creating value and finding purpose and meaning from work? more to the point: can meaning and purpose be derived from a job?