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‘Loud quitting’: Nearly 1 in 5 employees ‘opposing leaders’



“These employees find their work meaningful and feel connected to the team and their organization. They feel proud of the work they do and take ownership of their performance, going the extra mile for teammates and customers,” the study said.

Dealing with disengagement

Leadership and management “directly influence” workplace engagement and organisations can do much more to help employees thrive, according to the report.

The presence of loud quitters in the workplace indicates major risks in an organisation that are too important not to ignore, the report pointed out.

Quiet quitters, however, present the “greatest opportunity for growth and change.”

“They are waiting for a leader or a manager to have a conversation with them, encourage them, inspire them. A few changes to how they are managed could turn them into productive team members,” the report said.

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