Why are employees leaving your company? Use this form to help guide an exit interview and learn what your organization can do better.
This template includes a Net Promoter Score question to help gauge how well your brand is performing with departing employees. Questions in this form also include items that cover how well an employee was treated, if the employee had the tools to do their job, and the employees rating of their compensation package.
After an employee completes this form, generally a supervisor will sit with the employee to go over any further details. The feedback gathered here can be aggerated and shared with additional supervisors and even benchmarked. Establishing good data benchmarks will help improve employee retention rates.
A successful employee exit interview survey should be simple. The employee is leaving so don't overwhelm them with a long or complex survey that they likely won’t complete.
Number of questions: 19
Number of Pages: 1
The results from your first few exit interviews will establish your benchmark data.
With your data, you can create reports to share. The data can be reviewed with the HR team and shared with additional management.
Take the feedback to heart. A departing employee filled out this form with intentions that their feedback would be valued and acted upon. The cost of a lost employee can range from 1.5 - 2.0 times the employees annual salary.
Using data gathered from this employee exit interview form will help you build a better organization and reduce costs in the long term!