Conducting Exit Interviews

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Some strategies that could be utilized to anticipate or prevent these type issues from occurring are first conducting exit interviews. Ms. Nance indicated that she accepts employees resignations in an informal manner, which prevents her from collecting data as to why employees are leaving. The exit interview should be given to the employee upon receipt of their notice of resignation, in an effort to review the results and perhaps convince the employee to stay. Also, analyzing the data and determining a plan of action is key. Not only should she collect the data but determine how to correct the concern is based on the interview results. Next, in Ms. Linquiets memo, the first line stated that she did not know what was going on in the department

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