We conduct Exit Interviews of the leaving employees ascertaining the reason behind leaving his / her present job, seeking their feedback / advise for betterment / filling the loop holes in the company
An exit interview is typically a meeting between at least one representative from our team and a departing employee. (The departing employee usually has voluntarily resigned vs. getting laid off or fired.) Our representative might ask the employee questions while taking notes, asks the employee to complete a questionnaire, or both.
We conduct exit interviews (also called exit surveys) to gather data for improving working conditions and retaining employees. However, a hidden purpose is to help employers avoid costly litigation down the road, caused by "disgruntled" employees. In other words, departing employee’s comments and the notes during his exit interview might be used against him in court.