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Employment Law This Week: “Quiet Quitting” Legal Pitfalls [PODCAST]

This week, we look at the trend of “quiet quitting” and the legal and technology considerations employers should weigh when navigating the issue. 

What to Do About “Quiet Quitting”

An increasing number of employees are becoming so-called “quiet quitters,” who do only the minimum required for their job. What legal concerns are related to the trend, and what steps can employers take to address “quiet quitting” among their workforce? Attorneys Jill Bigler and Alex Franchilli tell us more.

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About this Author

Jill Bigler Employment Lawyer Epstein Becker Green Law Firm
Member of the Firm

Employers seek out Jill Bigler to advise and represent them in a broad range of labor and employment litigation matters. She regularly works with clients on matters arising under the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the National Labor Relations Act, and state employment laws.

Jill’s experience includes litigation in state and federal courts and before administrative agencies. Clients rely on Jill to handle...

Alexander Franchilli, Epstein Becker Law Firm, Labor and Employment Litigation Attorney

Alexander Franchilli is an Associate in the Employment, Labor & Workforce Management and Litigation practices, in the New York office of Epstein Becker Green. 

Mr. Franchilli’s experience includes:

  • Representing employers in labor and employment law litigation involving breach of employment agreements, promissory notes, wage and hour violations, wrongful termination, and WARN Act violations

  • Litigating cases concerning unfair competition and breaches of non-competition agreements

  • Providing representation to employers in federal...