Workplace Nonchalance: who cares?

A. Richey

Nonchalant employees are not unhappy. They're not disgruntled. They’re people who show up day after day and go through the motions.

These employees do the least amount of work they can get away with and try to fly under the radar. They just want to make their money and go home. They tend to be detached from their co-workers and avoid social events unless compulsory. Nonchalance or apathy tend to supress more positive traits such as concern, excitement, motivation and passion. Negativity becomes the norm. Some signs of apathy include: Lower produ...

Continue reading... Login >>

Not a subscriber? Find out more >>