Infographic: Take Action on Offboarding Best Practices
Gathering Offboarding Data
Hopefully you’re using an anonymous offboarding survey when employees exit the organization. That allows you to gain valuable data about your opportunities to improve. Over time you’ll start seeing patterns around employee pay, internal culture or advancement opportunities.
Look for Patterns
The first step to utilizing your new data is looking for patterns. You’ll want to keep an eye out for both aggregate and frequency patterns. What we mean by that is stats like: 55% of exiting employees say salary was a main factor for leaving–or–6 of the last 8 exiting employees say salary was a main factor for leaving.
Spotting the patterns isn’t enough. You’ll want to start a conversation with other stakeholders about how to implement changes for retention and possibly for hiring boomerang employees. For example, let’s say one of your teams is losing employees at a much higher rate than average. Meeting with team members and comparing their input to exit interview data can help you identify the problem and start working on a solution.
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