Quite Quitting is About Boundaries and Consent


"Quiet Quitting is nothing more than employees setting boundaries based on the job expectations that employers disclosed at the time of hire. When a candidate accepts a position they are consenting to do the work as described. If you tell an employee that they will be doing a job with defined responsibilities on a set schedule for a specific wage and then expect them to go above and beyond that or to tolerate an erosion of those boundaries you are violating the consent they gave." ~ Jessica Jaymes Purdy



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