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E24: How is Quiet Firing Related to Quiet Quitting?

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This week we explore the topic of Quiet Firing and how it can cause employers legal trouble in the workplace.

It's the follow-up to last week's episode on quiet quitting. This week Thom and Kathleen discuss Quiet Firing and how it can cause an employer serious legal problems in the workplace.

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Kathleen J. Jennings
Principal | Email: kjj@wimlaw.com
Kathleen J. Jennings is a principal in the Atlanta office of Wimberly, Lawson, Steckel, Schneider, & Stine, P.C. She defends employers in employment matters, such as sexual harassment, discrimination, Wage and Hour, OSHA, restrictive covenants, and other employment litigation and provides training and counseling to employers in employment matters.

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