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Is ‘quiet quitting’ a good idea? Here’s what workplace experts say

Maggie Perkins said she started “quiet quitting” at her teaching job in 2018, even before it became a TikTok trend.”There was no reason for me to hustle because as a teacher, there’s no promotion opportunities. If you’re the person who wins the award for teacher of the year, [you’ll] make the same salary as somebody …

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With workplace’s ‘quiet quitting’ trend, managers must be proactive, attentive

Bestselling author and ‘America’s career coach’ Ken Coleman says employees are most likely to leave their jobs when there’s no professional development. “Quiet quitting,” today’s newly emerging workplace mindset, describes employees who are doing the bare minimum at work by reducing their commitment, energy and productivity on the job. The path these employees are taking …

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Most electric cars are quiet. But Dodge says its future electric muscle car will be super loud

It’s part of an overall shift from Dodge, the American performance car division of Stellantis, towards electrified vehicles. The brand’s current gas-powered muscle cars, the Charger and Challenger, end production next year. The concept muscle car, called the Dodge Charger Daytona SRT, resembles a model that will go on sale 2024, according to executives. It …

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Large U.S. law firms mostly quiet on abortion ruling, are walking a ‘tightrope’

June 26 (Reuters) – The largest U.S. law firms did not take a public stance following the U.S. Supreme Court’s reversal of Roe v. Wade on Friday, diverging from the approach of some major companies that have made statements on the closely watched abortion case.The high court’s 6-3 Dobbs decision upheld a Republican-backed Mississippi law …

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