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Sample Questions for Employee Exit Interviews

Written by

Niamh Madden

You know how important data is to hiring, retention and recruitment, and you’re correct! Here are some of the actual questions we use in the Talivest employee exit interview survey, and why they’re so important. Take these two questions for example:

What was your main reason for leaving?

It’s simple, straightforward and a good place to start but the answer may or may not help your team improve. When that question is followed with this one:

Could we have done anything to prevent you from leaving?

…you’ve opened the door to both: finding a solution to the reason they left and opening the door for bringing them back as a boomerang some day.

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Here are a few more benefits of well crafted exit survey questions:

Quantify Resignations

No organization keeps every employee, but do you know what your most common reasons for leaving are? Can you fix them? Quantifying the reasons employees leave is the first goal of your exit interview survey.

Benchmarked Results

If you’re writing your own surveys you probably won’t know how well your results stack up with similar companies. Our standardized questions allow us to keep track of averages, patterns and share with clients how they perform.

Improve Recruitment

The solutions you implement today will help you recruit tomorrow. Honest feedback, pattern recognition and benchmarked results will help your team create and implement solutions, leading to future recruits and boomerangs. The exit interview vendors you look at should offer all that and more. If you’re curious about some of the other features you’ll gain access to with Talivest, download the toolkit!

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