Reference Check utilises a team of HR professionals to conduct impartial exit interviews with departing employees. This is an extremely cost-effective method of obtaining open feedback about the culture and environment of a workplace.
Our impartiality results in greater honesty from departing employees who are often not keen to pass on negative feedback to people who are likely to be their own referees in the weeks to come.
Why Conduct Exit Interviews?
Exit interviews are beneficial in a number of ways:
- They can help identify problems or opportunities within the organisation
- They help the organisation verify the validity and currency of job descriptions by identifying areas where roles and requirements may have changed
- They allow departing employees to get things off their chest in private, rather than venting in public later
For an exit interview to be useful, it must be more than mere box-ticking. Done well, it is a very valuable and cost effective source of business information.