Quiet Quitting is a term which rose in popularity in 2022 and which will need to be addressed in the year ahead. Described by Hubspot as ‘completing your work responsibilities without going above and beyond. This looks like logging out at 5 p.m., not seeking additional tasks or projects, and taking regular time off.’ This has a huge impact on employee engagement and the organisation’s culture as well as productivity.

Harvard Business Review recommends reflection by leadership if we see these behaviours as researchers found that managers who ranked highest in balancing business needs with employees’ needs had the highest percentage of employees willing to go the extra mile – 62% to be exact with only 3% quiet quitting.‘ Internal marketing is one of the key tools in building employee engagement.