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  Online and In Person Event   8 November 2022

According to McKinsey, Quiet Quitting means “doing your job but no more: hitting your work goals but not exceeding them, logging off at 5:00 p.m. to spend time with friends and family, and ditching the “hustle” mentality”.

The World Economic Forum refers to “The Great…Reshuffle, Re-inventions, Reassessment” in the workplace. People are choosing different industries to work in, they start their own businesses, try non-traditional work (like temporary of gig-work) and some want a different lifestyle (and more time with the family). In fact, the same article states that 40% of workers, worldwide, are considering leaving their jobs in the next three to six months.

The world of work is, and has, changed. Phrases like “acting your wage” are heard in the corridors, as more people head back to the office. Employee relations and evaluation of employee needs will be critical if companies are to retain skilled workers. Finding out ‘why’ people are choosing to ‘check out’ is now more important than implementing short term fixes like bigger packages.

Book now to join us as our expert speakers Dr Natasha Winkler-Titus, Dr Nicky Terblanche and Dr Lize Barclay explore the answers behind the Quiet Quitting phenomenon.


Date:            Tuesday, 8 November 2022

Times:            17:30

Venue:        Honeybush, Stellenbosch Business School and This event will be livestreamed



Dr Natasha Winkler-Titus

Senior Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour and Leadership at Stellenbosch Business School

Dr Nicky Terblanche

Senior Lecturer and Research Supervisor at Stellenbosch Business School

Dr Lize Barclay

Senior Lecturer in Futures Studies & Systems Thinking at Stellenbosch Business School

Tags  Business Management, information session, #KeepLearning


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