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Joyce Winters
11 days ago

An exit interview is a survey conducted with an individual who is separating from an organization or relationship. Most commonly, this occurs between an employee and organization and/ or a member and association.

The exit interview has 3 purposes: to learn where the company can improve itself, to make sure employees leave feeling good about their service and, in some cases, to encourage the employee to stay under new circumstances. Discovering why employees leave should be an essential part of a company's strategic planning, but many miss this opportunity. Some companies may feel that there is no need to complete an exit interview because their turnover rate is so low, but I beg to differ! Turnover rates have increased drastically due to the pandemic, inflation is happening everywhere, and people are waking up and realizing that there are so many other jobs available that has higher pay and more benefits/incentives etc.

Please share with me some of your experiences with Exit interviews. Do you think they are beneficial? Does your company offer them anymore to employees who have decided to walk away from the company? After sharing your thoughts and giving your feedback with leadership, what was their response? Did they encourage you to stay?

#exitinterviews #feedback #experience #retention #turnover

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This is a great question! I've personally never done a formal one but I'm curious about others experiences with them! It seems like such a smart idea to check in with an employee before they leave to hear their thoughts about working there. I would want to know how my former employees really felt about their jobs and the company culture so that I could make productive improvements in the future, if I was a manager!

This is a great question! I've personally never done a formal one but I'm curious about others experiences with them! It seems like such a smart idea to check in with an employee before they leave to hear their thoughts about working there. I would want to know how my former employees really felt about their jobs and the company culture so that I could make productive improvements in the future, if I was a manager!

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Robert Simmerman

I worked for a company for 4yrs and found a better job, I had a exit interview and told them that I was going to work closer to home and would be making more money. They thanked me for the work I had done there

I worked for a company for 4yrs and found a better job, I had a exit interview and told them that I was going to work closer to home and would be making more money. They thanked me for the work I had done there

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Joyce Winters
14 days ago

An exit interview is a survey conducted with an individual who is separating from an organization or relationship. Most commonly, this occurs between an employee and organization and/ or a member and association.

The exit interview as 3 purposes: to learn where the company can improve itself, to make sure employees leave feeling good about their service and, in some cases, to encourage the employee to stay under new circumstances. Discovering why employees leave should be an essential part of a company's strategic planning, but many miss this opportunity. Some companies may feel that there is no need to complete an exit interview because their turnover rate is so low, but I beg to differ! Turnover rates have increased drastically due to the pandemic, inflation is happening everywhere, and people are waking up and realizing that there are so many other jobs available that has higher pay and more benefits/incentives etc.

Please share with me some of your experiences with Exit interviews. Do you think they are beneficial? Does your company offer them anymore to employees who have decided to walk away from the company? After sharing your thoughts and giving your feedback with leadership, what was their response? Did they encourage you to stay?

#exitinterviews #feedback #experience #retention #turnover

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4 months ago

Ever since I first started working, I was always a little nervous about annual reviews. Not because I thought I was doing the wrong things, like getting to work late every day or doing a poor job overall, but because having your boss to improve, did not always feel great. For some reason, especially earlier in my career, I had been conditioned to have a fight or flight response to criticism, I know I am not the only one to feel this way. But not all criticism is bad. Some criticism is actually good feedback given to help people grow their skill. Sometimes all it takes for us to benefit from the good kind of feedback is the willingness to listen.

Do you want to learn about good criticism and how to benefit from it?

Check out this helpful article on How to give (and accept) constructive criticism: Tips and examples #advice #wordsofadvice #feedback

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Mariah Bliss

Hi Sajida: Jeff brings up some good points here. But I would also suggest getting in contact with UPS about your application - you don't have to wait to hear back from employers. Call the location you applied to and ask about your application. It could be the push they need to give you an interview!

Hi Sajida: Jeff brings up some good points here. But I would also suggest getting in contact with UPS about your application - you don't have to wait to hear back from employers. Call the location you applied to and ask about your application. It could be the push they need to give you an interview!

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Nicholas Morgan

You should always be, and stay consistent. Calling everyday increases your chance of receiving the position.

You should always be, and stay consistent. Calling everyday increases your chance of receiving the position.

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William Hunt
over 6 months ago

it is a great place to work. i really love my lob.

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kathleen Whitley
over 6 months ago

I applied for a job that is in a way what I do now but with more hours and benefits. I hadn't heard from them in a month since I took the test they require and assumed somebody else got hired or they just weren't interested. I was wrong and got some feed back to go to the next process level. Wish me luck and cross your fingers for me please. This is a great career move job with excellent retirement.

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Lindsay Mannle
over 6 months ago

I am so excited that I finally found a job and actually got my foot in the door I can't tell you how excited I am to start a new job much less Applebees and very happy I get to pick 1st 2nd or 3rd shift but thank you whoever help me to get the job thank you very much for giving me the opportunity thank you very much Lindsay mannle

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Fred Goff
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over 6 months ago

I suggest people really leave politics out of the workplace. But as we enter a crazy election year - I am wondering what stories, advice, or guidance you have about Politics and jobsearch, or politics and worklife in general......

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Lance Greene
over 6 months ago

I felt this interview went okay and I want to ask the interviewer for feedback but I’m not sure how to go about it.

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Rob Morris
over 6 months ago

i would like to get some feedback on my profile; job search is going very slow and want to see if it my be my profile/resume. thanks

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