In Silence

The article “In Silence” shares the concept of quiet quitting, a term you have likely heard on the news, social media, or at the water cooler at work. Quiet quitting is when employees work within defined hours and engage only in activities required in their job description. Despite the name, the philosophy of “quiet quitting” is not necessarily connected to quitting a job outright but exclusively doing what the job requires. Inherently, there is nothing wrong with showing up and doing the assigned work. Contributors Bethany Jeffreys, Daniel cook, Nick Meller, Isabella Magnonimonte Deere, Andrea Kurtuy, Linda Shaffer, Evelyn Perez, and Marc Wesson give their input on the trend in this issue of “Moral Code.”

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