Generation Z (millennials) may have coined the phrase 'Quiet Quitting', but it was Generation X who perfected it, and did it so quietly that we didn't need to give it a name.
The debate over quiet quitting is between an older generation who was raised with a different view of what success means, and millennials who measure success by the quality of life and aren't willing to go above and beyond in the workplace to the detriment of their personal life and happiness.
I am going to poopoo the idea that 'Quiet Quitting . . .