Employee Exit Survey Best Practice Guidelines
Having your departing employees complete an exit interview or survey is an important first step toward enjoying the short- and long-term benefits that can result from collecting this information. However, there are a number of other steps and actions you should take to get the best value from your exit surveys.
Based on extensive experience running employee exit systems for all kinds of difference clients, we have developed a detailed list of "Best Practice Guidelines" that you should consider when designing and implementing an exit system at your organization. You can download our Best Practice Guidelines here.
This list gives you numerous tips and suggestions to help you maximize the benefits of conducting exit surveys. The subjects covered include information about exit survey content, setting up the exit system process, what to communicate to your employees about exit systems and how to interpret exit survey data.
Employee Exit Survey Analysis Guide
Collecting exit survey data is not very helpful if you are unable to undertake specific action in response to the results that will help reduce turnover and improve overall job satisfaction at your organization. In order to achieve this important goal, we've written an Exit Survey Analysis Guide. This guide includes the following information: