Strategies for Employee Engagement: Preventing Quiet Quitting

Quiet quitting, often referred to as “slow disengagement,” is an event in which employees disengage mentally while physically continuing their roles in the workplace. This is characterised by a gradual decrease in enthusiasm, motivation, and commitment. In contrast to traditional quitting, where employees openly express dissatisfaction or make sudden exits, quiet quitting unfolds silently, negatively … Read more

Education vs. Experience: What do Employers want more?

Education is an act of acquiring a particular knowledge or skill, this could be for a particular profession etc. Experience on the other hand is the knowledge and familiarity that is obtained through practical involvement.Both are critical factors in deciding accomplishment in any field. Understanding the differences between these two important factors can help you … Read more