Straight up, what are the employee exit survey questions you should be asking?
But before you start asking these questions, you need to understand why you’re asking them.
There’s a number of reasons to run exit surveys when people leave your company. They’re a great chance to learn about your own organization, and shouldn’t be underestimated. So let’s take a look at the benefits:
There is no one-size-fits-all template that any company can use for their exit surveys. You need to think about what your priorities are for continuing to grow as a company and improve as an employer.
This is the best chance you’ll have to get employees’ real thoughts about the company—without getting them drunk first.
We don’t want to leave our readers without offering some direction for their survey.
So here are a few exit survey examples to consider, broken down into topics.