Bosses don't need to freak out about 'quiet quitting' | CNN Business

This story is part of CNN Business’ Nightcap newsletter. To get it in your inbox, sign up for free, here.It is not new, nor is it actually quitting, but it is a crystallization of a moment worth reflecting on as office life evolves in the pandemic era. In short, quiet quitting means doing the bare minimum at work. You do what you’re asked, and you do it competently, nothing more. That shouldn’t be controversial, but it’s struck a nerve, inviting a deluge of hot takes. At its core, quiet quitting is a rejection of hustle culture, a backlash to the #riseandgrind lifestyle that places work at the center of

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