The cure for burnout is not self-care – a discussion on “Quiet Quitting”
Excerpted from an article in The Atlantic by Caroline Mimbs Nyce The first thing you need to know about “Quiet Quitting” is that it’s not actually quitting. Instead, the quitter […]
Rekindling a sense of “community” at work
Excerpted from a Harvard Business Review article by Christine Porath and Carla Piñeyro Sublett For decades, we’ve been living lonelier, more isolated lives. As our social connectedness has decreased, so […]
What is “Quiet Quitting” and what do employers need to know?
Like most viral phrases, “quiet quitting” is equal parts confusing and misleading. Some claim it means doing the minimum amount of work. Others say it’s about setting priorities and rebelling […]
A new era of mental health in the workplace; FMLA and ADA implications
Excerpted from a Ford & Harrison LLP Blog by Viktoryia Johnson There’s no denying the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the landscape of the workplace. For better or worse, what is […]