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Are Your Employees “Quiet Quitting”?
October 26 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am
By now, you’ve heard that “quiet quitting” has fast become a significant HR and C-level concern, affecting culture & productivity during a time when both are struggling.
Is “quiet quitting” real? How is it affecting my organization?
Starting as a viral post on TikTok, quiet quitting is where employees do the bare minimum work required, setting higher boundaries against management. Need proof? In the latest Gallup poll, 50% of employees described themselves as “not engaged” (less committed and being psychologically detached from their job).
To be clear, quiet quitters are not trying to lose their jobs, but want to focus more of their time on “non-work” activities through stricter work-life boundaries.
Join us, as our guest speaker Kecia Hanson from the California Employers Association provides guidance on navigating this “employee vs management” productivity tension, with suggestions to engage (or re-engage) your underperforming employees and inspire them to perform.
By attending, you’ll learn:
- The 3 levels of employee engagement
- Signs of actively “disengaged” employees
- 8 ways to avoid “quiet quitting” on our team
- Practical tips to hold everyone accountable
- BONUS – Bringing employees back to the office
This is a hybrid seminar, both “in person” (with complimentary breakfast & HR networking) and webinar options are available.
Brought to you by:
Benefit Pro Insurance – San Diego’s leading independent employee benefits advisory firm, working with employer HR teams to provide a “better benefits experience”. Winner of Inc. Magazine’s 2021 “Best Workplaces Award”