How Exit Interviews Can Impact Your Recruiting and Hiring Success

| December 4, 2018

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An employer's biggest challenge is the combination of recruiting talent in an extremely tight talent marketplace, while also getting top talent to stick around and grow with your organization. I call this the leaky bucket. As we fill more job openings, people outgrow their roles and leave organizations. We can replace those people with new hires who are eager to work for the company, but that’s only a short-term fix. There are many recruiting strategies that can improve your company’s retention rates. Although you may not be thinking about them as a recruiting and retention strategy, exit interviews are one of the most important sources of data for your long term recruiting and retention efforts.

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