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‘Quiet Firing’ Is Taking the Workplace by Storm. What Is It Exactly?

Just when you thought it was safe to quiet quit, employers may be forcing you to quit quit

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By now, you’re probably familiar with “quiet quitting,” the workplace trend popular with Gen Z that puts  above on-the-job burnout.

But many workers say there’s a new buzz term floating around  that’s less about protecting your peace of mind and more about nudging you towards insanity—”quiet firing.”

So what exactly does quiet firing mean?

Put simply, quiet firing is when employers intentionally treat you badly so that you will leave your job. It’s sort of like someone who wants to break up with but doesn’t have the courage to do it themselves.

Examples of quiet firing include: “going years without a raise or promotion, shifting responsibilities toward tasks that require less experience, or a deliberate withdrawal of development and  opportunities,” according to a post on LinkedIn News.

A recent article in HuffPost lists several more signs you’re about to get quiet fired:

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