Mar 18, 2020

The "Real" Reasons Why HR Still Does Exit Interviews - TLNT

The exit interview process is much like most organization's employee referral process. You believe you should have a process. You design the process. It’s going to be great! It starts out great. At some point, soon after starting the process, it dies a slow horrible death! Exit interviews are something every HR pro believes are important, but very few actually do a great job at. The problem with...

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