Exit Interviews

Posted in : HR Updates on 22 March 2010
Nicola Shaw
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Nicola Shaw writes:

I hate doing exit interviews – not because I don’t like asking questions and getting to know more about people (I love that!), but because it tends to mean that someone who is an asset to your employer has decided to leave.

It is now common practice to complete exit interviews when employees are leaving an organisation. I suspect that for those of us who conduct these interviews, we complete them as a matter of course, without taking the time to consider the rationale behind them. So, I thought it might be appropriate to use this e-mail as an opportunity to consider their value-added and impact.

Why Conduct an Exit Interview?

When an employee leaves your organisation, this

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