How to make exit interviews count
from By: Terri Williams (commentary)
Exit interviews are usually perfunctory and meaningless for two reasons: departing employees don't really care to provide insight to a company they're leaving, and organizations tend to brush off these remarks. According to a 2018 survey by HR Bartender, most employees leave for better compensation and benefits, increased opportunities for advancement, more supportive managers, and flexible work schedules. However, if companies take the approach that they can't increase wages, create additional opportunities for advancement, or let employees work from home three days a week, they may consider exit interviews a waste of time.
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