Employee Discipline & Termination

Employees leave an organization for a variety of reasons. Often, these partings offer opportunities to solicit valuable feedback. Having a structured process for the things that need to happen at employee separation - including specific exit interview questions - can make the transition happen more smoothly for all parties.


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Exit Interviews for Employees

Keep these tips and sample questions handy for your exit interviews.

10 Tips for Conducting More Valuable Exit Interview

Use these 10 tips from the Leddy Group to add meaning and value to exit interviews with departing staff.

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Resignation Checklist

There are many things to be considered and tasks to be performed when an employee departs. Adapt this checklist for your organization.

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Sample Resignation Letter

This template for a resignation letter can be adapted for immediate use.

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The Go Factor

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