Quiet Quitting

Quiet Quitting is a practice in which employees fulfill their tasks and working hours without working any extra hours or additional tasks that are not specified on their job contracts; employees strictly fulfill only the tasks and schedules specified there. 
This is usually caused by an excessive workload, unrecognized effort and insufficient compensation. Contrary to popular beliefs, quiet quitting does not imply that the employee will quit their job; it usually means that they are looking for a change in the workplace paradigm.