Public quitting videos are spooking managers
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Tens of thousands of workers have been made redundant already this year – but some are refusing to go quietly. Younger employees are posting videos of their layoffs (or of the moment they quit their jobs) on TikTok and Instagram, publicising an intimate moment that usually stays hidden. Why are they doing it? And how can managers protect themselves from the fallout of those videos? Isabel Berwick speaks to ‘Quit-Toker’ Gabby Ianniello, outplacement consultant Rhiannon Rowley and FT journalist Josh Gabert-Doyon to find out. Want more? Free links: Quit-Tok: why young workers are refusing to leave their job quietly In defence of the Gen Z challenge to the ‘work ethic’ Stop moaning about Gen Z grads — they might teach us something Presented by Isabel Berwick, produced by Mischa Frankl-Duval, mixed by Simon Panayi. The executive producer is Manuela Saragosa. Cheryl Brumley is the FT’s head of audio. Read a transcript of this episode on Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
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