Should I conduct Exit Interviews?

 The Benefits of Exit Interviews

Exit Interviews, you’ve heard about them, but have you implemented for your workforce? If you have not, we are here to give you good reasons why you should start performing exit interviews.

What is an exit interview?

An exit interview is a professional meeting scheduled with an employee that’s resigned or an employee terminated. with your Humane Resource department. The purpose of exit interviews is to receive honest feedback about the work role of the employee, your office environment and opinions on your organization.

What are common exit interview questions?

Usually the resigned or terminated employee is asked these common questions:

  1. Why are you leaving our organization?
  2. Why have you accepted a new job position?
  3. Would you change anything specific about the company?
  4. Do you have any recommendations on how the company can improve?

Air Pre Hire is here to successfully perform your exit interviews, no matter the reason your employees are exiting your organization. We can provide employee satisfaction surveys that collect valuable information so your organization can improve. You will also identify matters that were resolvable. Other times you will receive information you can utilize at department meetings to improve the overall work environment of your employees.

Traditional exit interviews are in-person interviews, but the exit interviews can also be conducted  in writing or through online questionnaires.

Air Pre-Hire conducts  accurate and verified universal background screening  so you will have thorough background checks on your employees. Here at Air Pre-Hire we don’t simply check the basic information, we dig deep to identify inconsistencies and make sure your potential employees ( as well as existing employees) are acceptable for hire. This is the human element of our custom pre-screening service. You can count on us for timely, verified pre-screening and employee re-screening.

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