9 risks of neglecting to conduct exit interviews

Tapping into gold mine of data from departing employees can reduce turnover
By Laura DiFlorio
|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 03/13/2012

Imagine reviewing a series of exit interviews and finding the following written comments from departing employees eager to take advantage of the opportunity to express grievances before leaving for ostensibly greener pastures:

• “I asked multiple times to be trained more and no one seemed to care.”

• “There could have been more recognition. When I gave notice, I was approached by many IT leaders indicating their admiration for my work, which I was not aware of before.”