Offboarding Strategy

HR is changing quickly. Our new infographic and Employee Engagement software shows you the latest exit survey best practices you need to follow for best-in-class results.

Offboarding Best Practices

Are You Losing Top Talent?

Not so long ago, when your employees resigned, that was the end of the story. You could offer them a raise to stay (if you had the budget), but if they declined, you simply signed the paperwork and moved on. That’s not the full story any more. New exit survey best practices not only allow you to gather information on why employees are leaving, they also creates the possibility of rehiring them and improving the retention of your existing employees.

Gather Data

Knowing why valued employees leave isn’t just a good idea, it can help you improve internal company culture and retain current employees. Exit survey data will also give you insights on how employees might find their way back. Were they looking for higher pay? Smaller teams? Better opportunities to grow internally?

It Starts with Exit Interviews

If you haven’t implemented an employee exit survey, start there. The survey should be anonymous, user-friendly and benchmarked. If you’re not reaching that standard in your current survey you may not be gaining all the value available from your offboarding process.

Benchmark the Questions

It’s not always easy to understand where your organisation sits when it comes to exit survey results. Are you doing well? Not so well? The best organisations benchmark themselves against other companies within their industry to find out where they compare. A simple way to do this is by looking at the same key indicators across companies – Talivest allows you to do this automatically through our exit survey software.

To learn more about exit survey best practices, download the full infographic. If you’re ready to learn about how Talivest helps organisations succeed, get in touch, we’d be happy to schedule a demo and answer any questions you have.


Laura Belyea