1. Reasons for Leaving:
Ask questions about why the employee is departing, whether it is to pursue a new job opportunity or for other reasons.
2. Job Satisfaction:
Gauge how satisfied the employee was with their job and any changes that could have improved their experience.
3. Feedback on Managers/Supervisors:
Understand what worked well in terms of managing or supervising the departing employee and areas where improvement could be made.
4. Workplace Culture:
Assess if the exiting employee felt comfortable in the workplace environment and identify ways to make it more welcoming for future employees.
5. Training/Development Opportunities:
Find out if additional training or development would have helped the departing employee perform better in their role.
6. Suggestions for Improvement:
Ask the exiting employee for ideas on how to improve processes, policies, and procedures in the workplace.
7. Overall Opinion of Their Experience:
Gather an unbiased opinion from the departing employee about their overall experience working for the organization.
8. Willingness to Recommend the Employer:
Find out if they would recommend the company as a good place to work and why or why not.
9. Final Remarks/Thoughts:
Allow departing employees to offer any final thoughts or comments before they leave. This will provide further insight into what can be done to make improvements in the workplace environment and ensure that future employees are satisfied with their experience at the organization.