The pandemic ushered in an array of new terms and behaviours, with "quiet quitting" confirmed in a more remote working world. The term refers to the state of a disengaged worker who has already mentally checked out of their work and sees not career advancement, but nonetheless hangs on for payroll and benefits.

A new report from Gallup reveals that "loud quitters" are now taking stage, rallying other staff to build a case for their dissatisfaction. These aren't unionised efforts, but a multi-channel approach to sharing stories on TikTok and shaking up the work floor without breaking company code.