Performance reviews don’t need to be overly complicated. In fact, simplifying them can actually allow for more organic and productive conversations to occur.

The term “quiet quitting” has gained a lot of traction in recent weeks. It describes workers who are now scaling back their work efforts, “checking out” and not pushing to go the extra mile without some kind of recognition or compensation.

This isn’t so much about quitting as it is about disengagement, and it’s not a new phenomenon. The term seems to be gaining momentum now because in the aftermath of the pandemic, there’s been a bigger focus on mental health, balancing work/life commitments and not burning out.

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