A New Report Says 1 In 5 Workers Globally Are ‘Loud Quitting’ — What’s Behind the Trend?

Quiet quitting became a phenomenon following the pandemic, especially among Gen Z workers, wherein workers slowly put less and less effort into their work — as a way of silently rebelling and mentally checking out before actually quitting.

But according to a new Gallup poll, many workers are now going the opposite direction and opting for “loud quitting,” which means they are “actively disengaged” on the job and not exactly hiding it.

Related: An Astonishing 1 in 3 Office Workers Under 40 Admit to ‘Quiet Quitting’ For This Singular Reason.

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