Listed below are samples of the types of exit interview questions that employers commonly ask departing employees. What is your primary reason for leaving? Did anything trigger your decision to leave? What was most satisfying about your job? What was least satisfying about your job? What would you change about your job? Did your job duties turn out to be as you expected? Did you receive enough training to do your job effectively? Did you receive adequate support to do your job? Did you receive sufficient feedback about your performance between merit reviews? Were you satisfied with this company's merit review process? Did this company help you to fulfill your career goals? Do you have any tips to help us find your replacement? What would you improve to make our workplace better? Were you happy with your pay, benefits and other incentives? What was the quality of the supervision you received? What could your immediate supervisor do to improve his or her management style? Based on your experience with us, what do you think it takes to succeed at this company? Did any company policies or procedures (or any other obstacles) make your job more difficult? Would you consider working again for this company in the future? Would you recommend working for this company to your family and friends? How do you generally feel about this company? What did you like most about this company? What did you like least about this company? What does your new company offer that this company doesn't? Can this company do anything to encourage you to stay? Before deciding to leave, did you investigate a transfer within the company? Did anyone in this company discriminate against you, harass you or cause hostile working conditions? Any other comments?
And please check the attachment for sample format.
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Thanks Shijit for posting. I have looked at the pdf document and found it strange that the scale used is skewed towards the positve responses (3 positive and one negative). It's preferable to use a balanced one.
A retired academic
18th June 2009 From United Kingdom shijit
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19th June 2009 From India, Kochi
its good questionnaire. i want to comment that please add "recognistions or rewards" that he/she received or any motivations in terms of monentary or non monentary.
19th June 2009 From India, Ahmadabad
Very good, Knowledgeable posting.
Thanks & Regards,
Vikramsinh S. Desai.
Director - Eliciit Business Solutions
(HR, Marketing & Business Consultancy Firm)
09881130388 20th June 2009 From India, Pune If you are knowledgeable about any fact, resource or experience related to this topic - please add your views.