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Quiet quitting is a catchy name, popularized on social media, for something we’ve all probably done.
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The great resignation. Quiet quitting. The great reset. Mass exodus.
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Too often “of material value to shareholders” is used as the great duck out on fundamental questions of human values. More than half of the 100 Financial Times Stock Exchange CEOs have had their salaries frozen this year. The news comes…