Workers may feel some resentment, and therefore may consider changing jobs, or simply working less. The previous hot topic was the "great resignation" which has now made way for "quiet-quitting". Both because workers feel underappreciated and underpaid causing them to disengage with their jobs.
While some positions allow for doing the minimum, other job fields require being available at different times and with extra effort, such as sales positions. In those cases, "quiet quitting" may cause employers to find and replace employees.
All Quotes: Andrea Bartlett, director of people operations of HR software company, Humi