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Termination documents ❭ Exit interview document templates

By performing an exit interview with an employee before they go, you’ll have an opportunity to get honest feedback about positive and negative experiences, identify potential areas of opportunity for increasing employee retention, identify opportunities to improve engagement, and get valuable insight to help hire their replacement.

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Exit interview form template

To make the exit conversation as meaningful and productive, utilise an exit interview form or exit interview form template which will act as guidance and structure ensuring all critical points of information are touched upon during the conversation.

FREE Exit interview form template

Exit interview invitation letter template

Use this letter to invite an employee to the exit interview. It is recommended that the interview is not left until the last day of service because the employee may be somewhat disengaged at that point and honest feedback may not be as forthcoming. Aim to hold the interview a week before they leave.


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The 2 Exit interview document templates below can also be purchased as part of my Termination template pack.

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