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Revolution in the air or Just a Fad? The role of HRM during workers’ silent and vocal protest
Are we currently witnessing a revolutionary movement of silent and vocal protests? Towards the end of lockdowns due to the Covid-19 pandemic organisations in western countries witnessed a great resignation with employees quitting their jobs. This was followed by a phenomenon labeled as ‘Quiet Quitting’ a form of silent protest where workers do the least amount of work to retain their job and do not go beyond that. Currently, due to the ‘Cost of Living Crisis’, we are witnessing walkouts from a number of primarily public sector jobs in response to a lack of response from employers to high levels of inflation.

What are workers fighting for? And what role should HRM assume in this context?

If these questions have piqued your curiosity and you want to find out more about how future Human Resources Managers should respond to these current developments, then join this panel discussion of professors teaching on the Masters in Human Resource Management programme at Trinity Business School.


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