17 February 2020
Sometimes employees leave because of career progression, wanting to be closer to home, or a fresh start. But others leave because of problems with your organisation.
To find out what these problems are and how you can fix them, you should conduct an exit interview. This involves meeting with the exiting employee and discussing their time with the business. These conversations can be challenging, but the rewards are often worth it. If you're willing to listen, but unsure which questions to ask - we've got you covered.
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