Quiet quitting is a relatively new trend within the workforce. It essentially refers to employees doing the bare minimum based on their job description. Essentially, they aim to meet expectations by handling those outlined responsibilities but aren’t going above and beyond in any capacity.
The final quarter of 2022 is approaching quickly. While this means another tumultuous year will be under everyone’s belt, it’s also a time to prepare for what’s on the horizon. That ensures companies can head into 2023 with confidence, all because they’re seizing opportunities to remain ahead of the curve.
The past few years have been life-altering for nearly everyone. The pandemic was highly disruptive across the board, impacting people’s personal lives, company operations, shopping, and practically every other aspect of daily life. Plus, it affected how people see the big picture, which inspired even more changes.
Now that 2022 is halfway over, it’s time for companies to assess where they are in relation to the goals they set at the start of the year. A lot has changed since 2022 began. By seeing where your organization stands, you can reassess your goals and prepare to pivot should the need arise.