Making Full Use Of The Exit Interview – Part Three
The concluding publication following on from the previous post (Exit Interviews Part Two) covers the final section of useful Exit Interviews and gives us the final chance to measure real-life experiences in the organisation.
Putting aside the emotion of departure (for whatever reason) we must grasp this last chance to modify and amend systems and procedures to better shape the way forward.
The final group of questions could look something like this;
Aside from the reason(s) you are leaving, how strongly were you attracted to committing to a long and developing career with us?
What can we do to retain our best people (and not lose any more like you)?
Have you anything to say about your treatment from a discrimination or harassment perspective?
Would you consider working again for us if the situation were right?
Are you happy to say where you are going?
What particularly is it about them that makes you want to join them?
What, importantly, are they offering that we are not?
Can we be of any particular help to you in this move/deciding what to do next (we can’t promise anything obviously)?
The more questions we ask the clearer the picture becomes of what our organisation is actually like and not we would want it o look like or think that it looks like.
An uncomfortable experience but the only way we will ever discover the truth and then be able to change things for the better.
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