How Employees Can Help Cut “Quiet Cutting” Out of Their Careers

When “Quiet Quitting” went viral on social media in 2022, it brought a new meaning to absenteeism in the workplace. A year later, employers are flipping the script with their own trend – “Quiet Cutting.”

When Milan Chaudhary ’26 began making shirts in high school for local school basketball teams, it was just a passion project. Fast forward four years later, and now his apparel company is changing the game.
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About the University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business

The Robert H. Smith School of Business is an internationally recognized leader in management education and research. One of 12 colleges and schools at the University of Maryland, College Park, the Smith School offers undergraduate, full-time and flex MBA, executive MBA, online MBA, business master’s, PhD and executive education programs, as well as outreach services to the corporate community. The school offers its degree, custom and certification programs in learning locations in North America and Asia.

Pursuing Work-Life Balance Isn’t a Want, It’s a Need for Success

Finding work-life balance may not guarantee your success, but without it, failure is almost inevitable. The pursuit of work-life balance feels like a race without a finish line – people are trying to win the battle of doing more of everything while doing it well. The fruits of those labors create sentiments of disharmony, exhaustion, inefficacy, frustration and disappointment – also known as the warning signs of an imbalanced life.

Where Does Remote Work Stand Three Years After the Pandemic Emptied Offices?

The unimaginable happened in March 2020. Many employers shuttered their offices and told their employees to work from home. Today, although office workers are still not coming in every day, offices across 10 major U.S. cities are over 50% filled for the first time since the pandemic started. 

Feeling Burned Out at Work? Here’s How to Fix It

Burnout. It’s the reason 40% of professionals have sought new career opportunities recently, according to a 2021 Limeade survey.

Innovating and Collaborating Globally at Maryland Smith

Students returned to in-person classrooms this fall, but one Maryland Smith class broke the boundaries of geography by collaborating (virtually) with students from Elisava University School, the Design and Engineering College of Universitat de Vic, Spain.

Why Empathy is a Back-to-the-Office Cure

While there is no single playbook for successfully bringing employees back to the office after pandemic restrictions have waned, Maryland Smith’s J. Gerald Suarez says there’s a crucial element that leaders can use to ease the transition: empathy. One of the toughest things that anyone can do, Suarez says, is starting something new or stopping something old.

Medical Experts Represent Maryland Smith Among Poets & Quants’ Best and Brightest EMBAs for 2020

Kimberly Lumpkins and Patricia Turner, representing the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business, are featured among the world’s “Best and Brightest Executive MBA Graduates” in the class of 2020, by Poets & Quants, the digital news outlet dedicated to global coverage of business education.

Maryland Smith’s Merrill Presidential Scholar Honorees

Students Reflect on Mentors Suarez, Kudisch and Bailey. And Vice Versa Three pairs of Maryland Smith students-faculty mentors were recognized in a recent event honoring this year’s graduating class of University of Maryland Philip Merrill Presidential Scholars. The program further cited a K-12 teacher-mentor of each scholar:

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