Confidential Exit Interview Questionnaire Ref: http://www.fortunehrs.com/downloads.php?metaid=14
Sample Exit Interview Ouestions
Exit interviews serve to both determine how a workplace can improve and to protect the company from future litigation.
Common Exit Interview Questions Include:
• What is your primary reason for leaving?
• What additional reasons contributed to your leaving?
• Did anything trigger your decision to leave?
• What was most satisfying about your job?
• What was least satisfying about your job?
• What would you change about your job?
• Did your job duties turn out to be as you expected?
• Did you receive enough training to do your job effectively?
• Did you receive adequate support to do your job?
• Did you receive sufficient feedback about your performance?
• Were you satisfied with this organization’s performance review process?
• Were you happy with your pay, benefits, and other incentives?
• What was the quality of the supervision you received?
• What could your immediate supervisor do to improve his or her management style?
• Did this organization help you to fulfill your career goals?
• Do you have any tips to help us find your replacement?
• What would you improve to make our workplace better?
• Based on your experience with us, what do you think it takes to succeed at this
• Did any organization policies or procedures (or any other obstacles) make your job more
• Would you consider working again for this organization again in the future?
• Would you recommend working for this organization to your family and friends?
• How do you generally feel about this organization?
• What did you like most about this organization?
• What did you like least about this organization?
• Have you arranged employment with a new organization already?
• What does your new organization offer that this organization doesn’t?
• Can this organization do anything to encourage you to stay?
• Before deciding to leave, did you investigate a transfer within the organization?
• Did anyone in this organization discriminate against you, harass you, or cause hostile
• Do you have any other comments?