‘Silent quitting’ common sa mga empleyado

Familiar ba kayo sa “silent quitting” na very common ngayon?

Silent quitting, also known as passive resignation, refers to a phenomenon where employees mentally disengage from their jobs and the organization without openly expressing their dissatisfaction or intent to leave. Maraming naka-e-experience nito. Actually, unlike traditional forms of quitting, such as submitting a formal resignation letter or engaging in a conversation with the employer, silent quitting is characterized by a lack of overt communication about one’s intention to quit.

May mga reason why employees may choose to silently quit their jobs. One common factor is a perceived lack of support or recognition from their superiors or colleagues. Dito ay nawawalan na ng gana ang mga empleyado. When employees feel undervalued or unappreciated, they may gradually lose motivation and become disengaged from their work. Another factor is the presence of unfavorable working conditions, such as a toxic work environment, excessive workload, or lack of work-life balance. Iba ang impact ng ganitong klaseng kondisyon and these conditions can lead employees to mentally check out and disengage from their roles, even if they continue to physically show up for work. Kung baga, kung bago ka sa company natural na mataas ang energy mo na magtrabaho. Pero as time goes on at base sa experience puwedeng mag-iba ang energy na mayroon ka.

In summary, silent quitting is a phenomenon that occurs when employees silently disengage from their jobs without openly expressing their intention to leave. It can be driven by factors such as lack of support or recognition, as well as unfavorable working conditions. Recognizing the signs of silent quitting and addressing the underlying causes can help organizations retain their talented employees and foster a more engaged and productive workforce.