Almost half of workers under 30 only intend to do the “bare minimum” of their job description if their pay or progression remains unchanged, according to a new poll.
The so-called “quiet quitting” phenomenon is seeing 40% of 2,000 young white-collar professionals performing just the basics of their role, a survey by UK recruiter Robert Walters found and which corresponds with a poll of US workers by Gallup from earlier this month.
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