Taking a Quiet Promotion and Making it a Real Promotion

Like “side hustles” and “silent resigning,” the current “developing” trend in the workplace is really just the old one given a new, more alluring label. (Sorry, you don’t have a “side hustle,” you have a second job, and if your first job isn’t paying the bills, you deserve a raise.) This time, it’s “silent promoting,” a term derived from “quiet leaving” to characterize the practice of giving workers additional responsibility without commensurate increases in their title or salary. So, we may discuss how often they are, what they look like, and what to do if you receive one; nonetheless, we Continue Reading