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Organisational Challenge With The Rise of Quiet Quitters

In recent years, there has been a growing trend of what's known as the "quiet quitter" in the workplace. These are employees who may appear to be present and productive on the surface, but who are actually disengaged, unhappy, and ready to leave their jobs.

Research shows that employees who are unhappy in their jobs are more likely to experience high levels of emotional stress, which can lead to burnout, physical illness, and a decrease in overall job performance. In fact, studies have found that disengaged employees cost companies billions of dollars each year in lost productivity and turnover.

What's concerning about the quiet quitter trend is that it can be difficult for managers and leaders to identify these employees before it's too late. Unlike the more obvious signs of an unhappy employee, such as absenteeism or frequent complaints, the quiet quitter may continue to show up to work and meet deadlines, but with a lack of passion and engagement.

One possible solution to address this trend is to focus on promoting emotional resilience in the workplace. By helping employees develop emotional intelligence and coping skills, they are better equipped to manage stress and overcome challenges, ultimately leading to a more positive and engaged workforce.

At Shan Living, we understand the impact that emotional stress can have on employee well-being and business success. That's why our Emotional Resilience Program is designed to support employees in developing the tools they need to navigate workplace challenges and build a sense of purpose and fulfillment in their work. By addressing the quiet quitter trend through a focus on emotional well-being, companies can foster a more positive and productive workplace culture for all employees.


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