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Loud Quitting is the New Temper Tantrum

Younger generations have always been loud but now they are engaging in a trend known as loud quitting. This can be seen on many a twitter account, where loud quitters make very public attacks on their now former employers. But this is clearly not the smartest move to make if you want to ever get another job.

Loud quitting is a term also used to describe the behavior of employees who are actively disengaged at work and not afraid to show it. These employees may take actions that directly harm the organization, undercutting its goals and opposing its leaders. They may also bad-mouth their employer on social media or to their colleagues.

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Loud quitting is a more extreme form of quitting than quiet quitting, which is when employees are unhappy with their jobs but don’t express their unhappiness outwardly. Loud quitters are often more stressed and resentful than quiet quitters, and they are more likely to be actively looking for a new job.

There are a number of reasons why employees might engage in loud quitting. Some employees may feel that they have been treated unfairly by their employer, while others may be unhappy with the work they are doing. Still, others may be simply looking for a way to get attention or to cause trouble.

Whatever the reason, loud quitting can be a disruptive and damaging force in the workplace. It can demoralize other employees, damage the company’s reputation, and make it difficult to attract new talent.

Niki Jorgensen, managing director, client implementation at Insperity in Denver, Colorado, told FOX Business, “With the most recent generations being digital natives, it feels natural for many to share this significant life change on social media. Additionally, those who share their resignation experiences on social media may feel they are helping others who are going through the same experience.”

But Jorgensen also had some critical words about loud quitting saying, “Employees should begin having conversations with their managers when they feel they are becoming disengaged and take a more positive approach to make a change in the workplace.”

“When employees actively undermine the company, they are burning the proverbial bridge with the company and its leadership,” she added.

If you are an employer, there are a number of things you can do to prevent loud quitting. First, make sure that your employees are treated fairly and that their work is meaningful. Second, create a culture of open communication where employees feel comfortable expressing their concerns. Finally, be proactive in addressing any problems that your employees may be facing.

If you are an employee who is considering loud quitting, it is important to weigh the pros and cons carefully. Loud quitting can damage your reputation and make it difficult to find a new job. However, if you are truly unhappy in your current job, it may be the best option for you.



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