We’ve Heard of “Quiet Quitting” and Now There’s “Quiet Firing”

Other terms for it include "constructive dismissal" and "managing out."

The term “quiet firing” is tending! Other terms for it include “constructive dismissal” and “managing out.” It’s when your boss or manager doesn’t like you, or wants you gone for whatever reason. But, instead of firing you, they micromanage you…stop involving you or use passive-aggressive tactics to make your life miserable until you quit. Some examples are slowly reducing someone’s hours until they eventually aren’t on the schedule anymore. Or, adding more and more to an employee’s workload until its overwhelming.