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Exit Interview Questions You Must Ask Your Employee

When an employee decides to leave a company, conducting an exit interview may provide insight that the current manages may or may not be aware of.

Generally speaking, an exit interview takes place when an employee decides to leave voluntarily, not when someone gets fired. Here are some examples of exit interview questions that can provide you and your company valuable information for the future health of the organization:

  1. What company policies or procedures did you find hard to understand? If so, how can we make these better?
  2. Do you feel your job description or role changed once you were hired? If so, in what ways?
  3. Do you feel like you had the tools or resources to be successful in your position? If not, which areas could be improved?
  4. What was the best part of your job here?
  5. What part of the organization can we improve on?
  6. Describe the perfect candidate to replace you.
  7. Would you recommend working at your company to a friend, why or why not?

Conducting the exit interview might be tough at times, but it will give you valuable insight to parts of the company that need improvement.

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