At the time of an employee’s resignation, it is common for management to hold an exit interview. The purpose of this kind of interview is to identify the reason the employee chose to leave. If issues or points of stress can be determined or discovered, it may be possible for improvements to be made in an effort to prevent future employees from resigning for similar reasons. Often times, exit interviews encourage the departing employee to be critical of the performance and operation of the company in the pursuit of significant organization improvement. Exit interviews are possible when employees leave for other reasons, though it is less common in this situation and the goals of the interview are different.
The content on our website is only meant to provide general information and is not legal advice. We make our best efforts to make sure the information is accurate, but we cannot guarantee it. Do not rely on the content as legal advice. For assistance with legal problems or for a legal inquiry please contact you attorney.