More about Employee Exit Survey
Employee exit interviews are an important part of HR management that can have a positive impact on the culture of an organization by changing management style, making changes that reflect employee opinions, and creating recognition incentives where needed.
Upon leaving an organization, departing employees often feel more liberated and have fewer concerns about sharing candid opinions. As a result, they can be a more reliable source of objective feedback than employed staff when responding to employee attitude surveys. From the departing employee’s perspective, an exit interview is a chance to give constructive feedback and to leave on a positive note, with good relations and mutual respect.
Employee Exit Survey questions cover issues such as benefits, working conditions, opportunities for career advancement, the quality and quantity of the workload, and relationships with co-workers and supervisors.