“Quiet quitting” is a viral trend from TikTok where workers don’t actually quit their jobs but instead do the bare minimum of what their job requires.

Lacie Barber, SDSU industrial/organizational psychologist, explains that pushing back against job creep and societal expectations for workers to go above and beyond is good for all employees, not just those in Gen-Z.

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Retweet of Jorts the Cat with a meme of a man pointing that says "There it is" The tweet reads "Workers aren’t “quiet-quitting” to avoid burnout. They’re refusing to have their labor stolen without compensation. Idk why there are so many bad articles about this"