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Quiet quitting might benefit employees, but what happens if you’re self-employed?


by Victoria Stokes
05th Oct 2022

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Quiet quitting when you're self employed

Quiet quitting - aka quitting the idea of going ‘above and beyond’ in your work - is the next phase of the Great Resignation. But it’s not so simple when your productivity pays the bills.

‘Quiet quitting’ is fast becoming the buzzword of the post-pandemic era. The phrase, in case you missed the memo, is not about quitting. Instead it is about doing the bare minimum at your job.  It has been described as the opposite of the Japanese concept of shokunin, which refers to an artisan who is deeply dedicated to their craft, always striving for perfection in what they make. On the other end of the scale is...

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