The Importance Of Exit Interviews

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Hartung, A. (2017, June 7), How HR ‘Best Practices’ kill innovation. Retrieved from http://www.forbes.com/sites/adamhartung/2015/06/07/how-hr-best-practices-kill-innovation/2/#78b9ac7472b6
Most of the companies consider people who fit in the company culture along with how well they fit to the job role. This article is contradicting this whole process. Also, the author did provide proven evidence to support his point. Likeminded people bring in same perspective to any problem. Companies should hire people who think different to bring a new perspective to the company initiatives. As the author speaks about Steve Jobs who would never be recruited by the traditional HR practices, but he took apple to the success with his innovative ideas. Contradicting this, author speaks about the Wal-Mart ownership given to a family member of previous executive. The change in ownership did not bring any
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One of the article mentioned above provides some valuable information on how to use the interviews or feedback of candidates who declined the job offer for improving the company recruitment process. The exit interviews are common in most of the companies, but it is very rare the companies do an analysis of the reasons that the employees provide during this interview. Also, collecting feedback from the candidates who decline the offer even after they are selected can give a lot of insight into the competitors and the factors that might have resulted in candidates considering other offers. Furthermore, as mentioned in the article the companies should make sure this feedback is collected by external entities to ensure authenticity in the feedback. After analyzing the responses from both these scenarios the human resource personnel’s can improve the existing employee engagement process or recruitment process to reduce the employee turnover issue and bring in right

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