Hilarious Quiet Quitting Memes and Reactions
Post-pandemic, we've seen a lot of different work trends that didn't exist before — or at least didn't have a name. "Quiet quitting" is one such term, which basically means doing the duties you're assigned at your job and nothing more.
But is there really anything wrong with that? Some corporations think so, as they expect their workers to go above and beyond. Of course, reactions to this trend are plentiful on social media.
A Quick Explanation
If you can't explain what quiet quitting is, this is a great visual representation.
A Bit Nitpicky
Life in the corporate world. No wonder people are quiet quitting.
It Even Happens in Some Unlikely Occupations
You never know where quiet quitting will strike.
It's Really Just Work-Life Balance
Let's face it — the pandemic changed how we work and live.
It Turns Out Many of Us Were Already Doing This
And there's finally a name for it!
Dry Those Tears
Management still can't quite read the room.
Good, Old Fashioned...
Those were the days!
Tell Us How You Really Feel
In an indirect way ... with music.
Corporate Culture in a Nutshell
The work-life balance leaves a lot to be desired in the U.S., according to this poster.
Of Course, the Simpsons Predicted the Trend
What haven't they thought of first?
Dogs Do It, Too
Perhaps better than we do.
'I Wasn't Supposed to Be Here Today'
Let's face it — Gen-X did it first.
You Can Even Apply the Concept to Other Parts of Life
Before you know it, you'll have a holiday village.
Employers Have Responded With 'Quiet Firing'
In response to "quiet quitting," employers are doing the bare legal minimum to get an employee to leave. This is known as "quiet firing."
But Beware of 'Quiet Hiring'
Before you know it, you'll be in endless Zoom meetings.