32 min

The 'quiet quitting' phenomenon w/Adam D.K. King North Untapped

    • Politics

We spoke to labour researcher Adam D.K. King about the causes behind the so-called "quiet quitting" phenomenon, what it means, the responses from the managerial class, and what this apparent trend could mean for advancing worker solidarity and labour rights in the long term.

Read Adam's recent piece for Passage on "quiet quitting" here: https://readpassage.com/dont-write-off-the-quiet-quitting-trend-just-yet/

Sign up for Adam's newsletter, Class Struggle, here: https://readpassage.com/newsletter/class-struggle/

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Music credit: "Fluidity," by tobylane.

We spoke to labour researcher Adam D.K. King about the causes behind the so-called "quiet quitting" phenomenon, what it means, the responses from the managerial class, and what this apparent trend could mean for advancing worker solidarity and labour rights in the long term.

Read Adam's recent piece for Passage on "quiet quitting" here: https://readpassage.com/dont-write-off-the-quiet-quitting-trend-just-yet/

Sign up for Adam's newsletter, Class Struggle, here: https://readpassage.com/newsletter/class-struggle/

Support The Maple by subscribing to our daily newsletter for as little as $7 per month.

Music credit: "Fluidity," by tobylane.

32 min