Quiet Quitting: Are Physicians Dying Inside Bit by Bit? Or Setting Healthy Boundaries?
Margaret Calvery, PhD September 16, 2022
In the past few months, "quiet quitting" has garnered increasing traction across social media platforms. My morning review of social media revealed thousands of posts ranging from "Why doing less at work could be good for you — and your employer" to "After 'quiet quitting' here comes 'quiet firing.'"
But quiet quitting is neither quiet nor quitting.
Quiet quitting is a misnomer. Individuals are not quitting their jobs; rather, they are quitting the idea of consistently going "above and beyond" in ...
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