The exit interview: locking the barn door.
Genesee Hospital, Rochester, NY.
- Published Article
The Health care supervisor
- Publication Date
Dec 01, 1992
The exit interview is not a universal response to the turnover problem. Rather, the exit interview is simply one more vertical channel through which employees can send information upward in the organization. Since it occurs essentially at the very end of the employment relationship, it may indeed seem like locking the barn door after the horse has been stolen. This is one door, however, that tends to come open by itself if it is not monitored regularly and periodically relocked.
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