Antiwork & The Great Resignation: Why workers are quitting their jobs

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What’s the context?

As the antiwork movement gathers momentum, what does it mean for workers and employers?

The Great Resignation is here. Workers are quitting in record numbers, demanding higher wages and better treatment.

At the same time, a Reddit community called ‘antiwork’ is providing an outlet for frustrated employees, a platform to organise collective action, and a place to philosophise about a friendlier future of work.

Where did this movement come from, and what’s behind the palpable discontent with the modern workplace?

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