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Cats11 Started The Discussion:

Kindly share flow chart for exit process .

abhinavchandra82 - Contributing Member
Hi , Please find the Process Flow Chart for Exit Process.. Regards, Abhinav Chandra


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ansarisamir - Contributing Member
Hey Vasant, you can check out a smooth exit flow chart here-http://www.citehr.com/attachments/45...ate=1235027304 Hope this is useful to you.

nashbramhall - Senior Member
Dear Abhinav,

Thanks for the flow chart. Here is a suggestion to alter the flow chart.

Once a decision is made not to retain a staff, the link after discussions with HR should be to "Resignation Acceptance.." box and not to "Success" decision box.

Also, there should be link to the final box from "Receipt of no dues..." box to close the loop.

Have a nice day.

Simhan

jancy13 - Contributing Member
Pls check attachment Rgds Jancy


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esrsridhar - 
Hi all If interested i am willing to develop a software for exit process. web based, but would request for the specs and process flow. sridhar 9840592999

When i going to face the interview one question is always asked by the Hr, why do you want to leave your job... Could you please give me good answere abt this question????? Thanks Sudhir kumar

Vasant Nair - Contributing Member
You may like to add "Full & Final Settlement of dues" before going on to the "Experience Certificate" stage. Vasant Nair

Vasant Nair - Contributing Member
Thank you for your suggestion. I appreciate your gesture. But what I meant in asking for a specific query was that Exit of an employee can be for whatever reason. It may not always be due to Resignation.

What happens when an employee is Terminated. I am sure there is a clear process which we may like to define to address such instances.

The Flow Chart for addressing Resignations is very nicely prepared.

Vasant Nair


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Originally Posted by ansarisamir View Post
Hey Vasant, you can check out a smooth exit flow chart here-http://www.citehr.com/attachments/45...ate=1235027304 Hope this is useful to you.

nashbramhall - Senior Member
Dear Vasant

I take this opportunity to appeal to bloggers to SEARCH the web first before posting their query. Termination of an employee can be for various reasons, as you have rightly pointed out. A single process flow chart will become too omplicated. Hence, there will have to be a flow chart for each category. For example, by searching the web, I found one on Capability Flow Chart for terminating an employee based on non-performance at http://www.manchester.nhs.uk/documen...May%202008.pdf

Found at Google

Have a nice day.

Simhan
www.promentorconsulting.com


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Originally Posted by Vasant Nair View Post
Thank you for your suggestion. I appreciate your gesture. But what I meant in asking for a specific query was that Exit of an employee can be for whatever reason. It may not always be due to Resignation.

What happens when an employee is Terminated. I am sure there is a clear process which we may like to define to address such instances.

The Flow Chart for addressing Resignations is very nicely prepared.

Vasant Nair

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