Exit interviews are valuable opportunities to gather feedback from departing employees, which can help organizations identify areas for improvement and enhance retention efforts. In a healthcare organization, it’s important to conduct exit interviews with sensitivity due to the nature of the industry. Exit interviews should be conducted in a confidential and non-confrontational manner, with the primary goal of gathering constructive feedback. Ensure that departing employees feel comfortable expressing their views and that the information collected is used to inform improvements in the organization’s practices and culture.
Download this member resource for sample exit interview questions that the HR department can ask departing employees.