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Over Half of Managers Say They Have Employees They Wish They Could Fire
If you’ve been following the news, it’s practically impossible to miss stories about quiet quitting.
But what about quiet firing? Are managers actually pushing out employees they don’t like?
JobSage surveyed 2,000 managers and employees in the U.S. to find out what’s going on with this popular trend.
- Of managers surveyed, 56% say they have employees they wish they could fire.
- Nearly a third of managers say they’ve actually “quiet fired” an employee.
- Top ways managers “quiet fire” an employee: 1. Reduced workload 2. No promotions 3. No raises.
- 1 in 4 managers says they’re more suspicious of their employees thanks to the news about “quiet quitting.”
Take a look at the full report.