You've heard of "quiet quitting," but now there's "quiet firing."
A recent LinkedIn poll defines quiet firing as management going years without giving a person a raise or promotion, shifting their responsibilities to tasks requiring relatively less experience, or deliberately withdrawing development and leadership opportunities.
48% of those surveyed say they’ve seen it happen to a coworker.
Here are the signs you're being "quiet fired"
- Your boss is MIA for much-needed conversations
- Your boss assigns opportunities you wanted to other team members
- Your boss can’t explain why your coworkers are getting raises and promotions while you’re not
- You’re placed on an unreasonable performance improvement plan
- Your job expectations or workload changes without your input
Source: Huff Post