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Revealed: Top workplace trends based on TikTok, Google

Job shift shock, first coined by The Muse co-founder and CEO Kathryn Minshew, refers back to the feeling of employees after they start a recent job and realise that the position or company is “very different” from what they were initially told.

This feeling is often related to surprise and regret, based on Minshew, with Gen Zs and millennials driving this trend.

Quiet quitting, ‘chaotic working’

The second hottest workplace trend on TikTok and Google is quiet quitting, with 1.1 billion TikTok hashtag views and 612,560 searches on Google. It was mostly popular in Canada and Singapore.

Coming in third is malicious compliance or ‘chaotic working,’ which has a 172 million TikTok hashtag views and 30,720 Google searches. It is usually popular with social media users within the United States.

The full list of workplace trends based on TikTok and Google include:

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