When employees leave your organization, they may do so without any explanation. Reasons vary, and may include a desire to maintain good relationships within the company or avoid putting future references at risk. Companies often try to counter this tendency with exit surveys, but research shows that fewer than half (and often as little as 30-35%) of employees who leave a company participate in the exit survey.
That’s unfortunate, because the data you gather from exit surveys can prove extremely valuable to your organization. It can help you pinpoint engagement obstacles, encourage manager accountability for retention, gather intelligence about your employer brand, and give you actionable insights to help you reduce turnover and create a more productive, positive culture. An effective exit interview process helps you identify:
Survey programs can be tailored to your needs, and because we only charge for completed surveys you know you will receive quality, impactful results from your investment.
As part of a targeted total workforce strategy, exit surveys play a key role in understanding your employees, creating a culture that attracts top talent, and keeping top performers engaged and productive at work.
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