4 Reasons The ‘Hush-Cation’ Phenomenon Is Growing Among Remote Workers

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The “hush movement” continues to grow among remote workers across the country as they continue to find risk-averse ploys to combine remote working with their desire for job flexibility.

First it was “quiet quitting” and resenteeism,” followed by coffee badging—a work-around that remote employees use to avoid return-to-office mandates. Employees show up to the office for enough time to have a cup of coffee and earn an imaginary badge for it, then go home to do their work.

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