Ariel Roblin: Why the 'quiet quitting' trend is counterproductive

Traditionally, Labor Day pays tribute to the contributions and achievements of American workers. Its history dates to the 1800s when the movement of rallying against unsafe and unfair working conditions was top of mind. This is still evident today as we saw last week when thousands of migrant workers marched over 300 miles in a peaceful demonstration to fight for fair labor practices. At the same time a new term, but not a new concept, is now top of mind. "Quiet quitting."