How Exit Interviews Can Increase Retention

Working Interviews

Keeping your talented employees is a vital task for a business—in 2018, the ratio of hires to job openings reached an all-time low, as businesses struggle to find the right people. So how can you find ways to improve employee retention? That’s where exit interviews come in. Yes, an exit interview means an employee is leaving you, but what you learn in these interviews can help you keep other employees moving forward. Studies have found that a majority of employees will cite the same top reasons for leaving, giving a clear indication of what is actually happening in the business.

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