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Fighting for Worker Rights in a Tight Labour Market

We spoke to labour researcher Adam D.K. King about the causes behind the so-called "quiet quitting" phenomenon.

Fighting for Worker Rights in a Tight Labour Market
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Written by Alex Cosh

On the latest episode of The Maple's North Untapped podcast, we spoke to labour researcher Adam D.K. King about the causes behind the so-called "quiet quitting" phenomenon, what the term actually means, the responses to it from the managerial class, and what this apparent trend could mean for advancing worker solidarity and labour rights in the context of a tight labour market.

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