Exit Interview Survey Templates

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Exit Interviews is designed to help you easily obtain quality intelligence about why employees leave your company. The survey responses will help your company identify the reasons that employees resign, whether employees are leaving different parts of the organization for the same or different reasons, and what adjustments must be made to make positive changes.

Exit Interview Survey

staff questionnaire

Employee Satisfaction Survey

staff questionnaire

Basic Report Example

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What can Exit Interviews do for you?

They provide an opportunity to ‘make peace’ with disgruntled employees, who might otherwise leave with vengeful intentions. Exit interviews are seen by existing employees as a sign of positive culture. They are regarded as caring and compassionate – a sign that the organization is big enough to expose itself to criticism. Exit interviews accelerate participating managers’ understanding and experience of managing people and organizations. Hearing and handling feedback is a powerful development process.

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Staff perception

What staff think about your company

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Your staff's actions

Positive and negative

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Exiting feedback

Positive an negative

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Perspectives

Your company through the eyes of the staff

How can a Exit Interview help you?

Exit interviews help to support an organization’s proper HR practices. They are seen as positive and necessary for quality and effective people-management by most professional institutes and accrediting bodies concerned with quality management of people, organizations and service. The results and analysis of exit interviews provide relevant and useful data directly into training needs analysis and training planning processes. Exit interviews provide valuable information as to how to improve recruitment and induction of new employees. Exit interviews may be conducted via our survey software – some employees like to ponder over the questions. The web-based system is often the more desired route for employees.

A customer is the most important visitor on our premises. He is not dependent on us. We are dependent on him. He is not an interruption in our work. He is the purpose of it. He is not an outsider in our business. He is part of it. We are not doing him a favor by serving him. He is doing us a favor by giving us an opportunity to do so.”

― Mahatma Gandhi

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