Quiet quitting is a rising trend where employees stay on the job but skate through by doing only the bare minimum required. To some, this might sound like employees are setting good boundaries at work. Others say this will have a significant impact on personal and professional development, not to mention workplace productivity. Even worse — experts warn that with worries of a recession, “quiet quitters” will be the first to go if companies are forced to downsize. In this episode, Julie Holton talks with Joyce Marter, psychotherapist, author, and public speaker about how to stop quiet quitting.