Exit Interview

What is Exit Interview?


‘Exit Interview’ refers to the interview conducted by a company when an employee leaves the organization. It helps the company gain valuable insights into an employee’s free mind while also helping understand their shortcomings.


It also helps as a process to ease the employee’s exit from the company while also making sure that they have submitted all the company assets which they were using while being employed.


Similarly, it might also pave for any future relationship which either the employee or the employer wishes to maintain with each other. Another aspect of an exit interview is that it is performed even if the employee has been dismissed by the company as disciplinary action against them.

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