Exit Interview

Summary Definition: A structured conversation with departing employees to gather insights on their experience and reasons for leaving.

What is an Exit Interview?

Organizations use exit interviews to understand why an employee leaves. Through structured discussions, organizations gather insights into workplace conditions, culture, and processes, aiming to identify opportunities for improvement and reduce turnover rates.

Exit interviews are typically conducted by someone from the HR department. They can take place in person, over the phone, or through a written survey.

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