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Quiet Quitting - Applying Analytics

Are your employees quietly quitting? Have you noticed a drop in revenue, decreased productivity, and higher attrition? Find out how we analyze and solve for this.

To: [Hamilton Executive Management]

Subject: Investing in a Project to Address Employee Risk Factors for Quiet Quitting

This proposal aims to identify and address the risk factors for quiet quitting among employees. Quiet quitting refers to the phenomenon in which employees become disengaged with their work and organization, but do not actively seek new employment. Such disengagement can have a significant impact on an organization's productivity, morale, and retention rates, and therefore should be addressed proactively.

Our proposed project involves analyzing employee data, including survey responses and performance metrics, to identify patterns and predictors of quiet quitting. Based on this analysis, we would provide actionable insights that decision makers can use to address risk factors and improve retention rates.

We recommend two actionable suggestions based on the insights that our project would produce. First, decision makers should implement regular employee surveys to monitor engagement levels and identify potential risk factors for quiet quitting. Second, decision makers should prioritize communication and transparency in their management practices to help foster a culture of engagement and reduce the likelihood of disengagement among employees.

Investing in this project will help your organization improve employee engagement and retention, which will in turn lead to increased productivity and morale.

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