Conduct Exit Interviews
TIP OF THE WEEK
Retention of talent often begins at the end of the process. Chances are, an employee who is walking out the door will be more honest and forthcoming than a person who still depends on your company for a paycheck. But in order to ensure truly effective exit interviews, a leader must establish a climate of trust long before he receives the letter of resignation. Often the exit interview is an excellent forum—albeit a bit too late—to uncover underlying issues or concerns that may be worthy of considering improvement on before you lose another employee potentially for the same reason.
This week's tip contributed by Carlyn Burns, president of Prolyn Executive Search, striving to deliver the best in high-value, quality and efficient recruitment services exclusively in the window and door industry, nationwide.
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