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TikToker in HR says she can tell when a top performer is about to quit

A TikToker who claims to work in HR has posted a viral clip showing how she can tell when a “top performer” is about to retire. Veronica (@peopleculturecollective) posted the clip Tuesday with the caption, “This is NOT a good sign.”

The first half of the clip’s overlay text reads, “Manager explains how the top performer on his team seems completely unmotivated and taking more time than usual.”

“Me in HR,” says the second half, with the creator shaking her head.

As of Wednesday, TikTok has over 824,900 views.

@peopleculturecollective This is ✨NO✨ a good sign 👩🏽‍💻 #HR #HRtiktok #HRlife #HumanResources #Resignation #Retention #Turnover #CorporateTikTok #PeopleCultureCollective ♬ оригинальный звук – Speed ​​Songs

Commentators agreed that when a Star employee engages in these behaviors, it does not bode well.

“Never take top performers for granted. They’re not at the top because they love the job. They are ambitious and you need to keep them committed and [paid well]’ was one of the top comments.

“That was me right before I submitted my resignation,” commented another user.

“You say time out, I say exploring alternative possibilities,” wrote another.

“The worst sign is when your top performer suddenly goes very still. They gave up,” replied another.

Others shared the impact of bad managers on high-performing workers.

“Or completely burned out. I’m considering quitting my job because they refuse to *recruit appropriately* and just tell us to fill the gap,” one complained.

“That’s me! About to hand in my 2 week notice. Burnt out,” wrote one user.

Longer working hours, poor work-life balance and bad managers can lead to burnout. According to the American Psychological Association, more and more people in the United States are reporting that they feel burned out at work. This work-related stress can lead to “lack of motivation or energy” and “lack of effort at work”.

The Daily Dot reached out to the creator via Instagram direct message for comment.


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*Initial publication: June 22, 2022 at 3:44 pm CDT

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