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Unlock the secrets to employee retention with our employee exit interview software

Say goodbye to missed opportunities for employee feedback and hello to a more efficient offboarding.

  • Gather honest feedback from departing employees
  • Insights into organisational strengths and weaknesses
  • Identify trends and patterns in turnover
  • Improve retention rates by addressing key issues
  • Enhance overall HR strategy and the employee experience
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4 business benefits of offboarding surveys

Get valuable insights into why your employees leave, allowing you to make necessary improvements to retain top talent and reduce turnover.
Identify trends and patterns in employee turnover, enabling you to pinpoint issues and take corrective action to improve workplace culture and employee experience.
Offer a unique opportunity for departing employees to provide honest feedback that they may not have shared while still employed, revealing underlying issues that you may be unaware of.
Exit interviews will help you to enhance your overall HR strategy and offboarding process, ultimately improving your reputation as an employer and attracting top talent in the future.


Create your own employee exit surveys or start with a template

The Netigate tool allows you to create customised surveys with questions tailored to your organisation and specific needs. You can design your own exit interviews from scratch, using our drag-and-drop interface, or get started with our ready-to-send template. And when you're done, you can choose from multiple different distribution methods to send your survey.


Data tracking, analysis, reporting, and dashboards all in one place

With Netigate, you get access to robust data analysis and reporting capabilities that allow for easy identification of trends and issues. Filters and breakdowns help you to dig deeper into your data and find connections between different factors, while dashboards allow you to keep track of your feedback as it comes in. Then, when the time comes to share your findings, you can easily create reports— directly in the platform— tailored to different stakeholders and teams.

Ready-to-send employee exit surveys

Try our employee exit interview software free for 30 days and get access to our survey templates.


Your data— and everyone else's— is safe with Netigate

Netigate is a GDPR compliant and ISO 27,001 certified company. Together, these demonstrate our dedication to making sure that your feedback data is safe. And on a platform level, our extensive admin options make it easy for you to manage your data and your users. This will empower you to maintain control over the security of the exit feedback that you collect.
Secure & GDPR-compliant
Your confidential employee data is safe with us. Data security is our top priority. We are GDPR compliant with servers in the EU, allowing you to create ISO 9001 surveys and safely gather your feedback online.
Expert support
Netigate offers a global solution with local support and consultancy. Our in-house experts will guide you in asking the right questions and making data-driven decisions with our employee exit survey software.
All in one place
Powerful but intuitive, the Netigate platform makes it easy to create, distribute and analyse employee exit surveys. Start from scratch or use our expertly-crafted templates.
Integration friendly
With Netigate API, you can build custom data integrations that will adapt to your existing workflows. This allows you to save time and work smarter by automating your exit interview process.
Reliable data collection
Did you know Netigate did one of the largest surveys in the world with over 6.5 million respondents? That requires stability, knowledge and capacity. We offer you a robust software that you can rely on.
Powerful analytics
With our employee survey software, you will gain thorough analysis and actionable insights. We help you to make data-driven decisions with confidence. There's loads of data out there, and we help you to make sense of it.


What to ask in an employee exit interview
Not sure where to begin with your employee exit interviews? In this article, we go through some of the key questions you can ask in your surveys.
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Employee exit interviews are conducted by organisations when an employee leaves their job. The purpose of these interviews is to gather feedback from the departing employee about their experience with the company, including their reasons for leaving and any feedback they may have about the organisation's policies, practices, or management. This feedback is then used to make meaningful changes within the organisation and prevent negative feelings from spreading among current or future employees.

Exit interviews are typically conducted by a representative from the human resources department and involve a series of questions about the employee's job duties, interactions with colleagues and management, training and development opportunities, and overall job satisfaction. By providing departing employees with an opportunity to express their concerns or grievances, organisations can improve the work environment for everyone and reduce employee turnover.
The specific questions asked in an employee exit interview can vary depending on the organisation's goals and the employee's position and experiences. However, here are some common questions that can provide valuable feedback:

  1. Why are you leaving the company?

  2. What did you enjoy most about your job?

  3. What did you like least about your job?

  4. Did you feel supported by your manager and colleagues?

  5. Did you receive enough training and development opportunities?

  6. Did you feel valued and recognised for your contributions?

  7. How would you describe the work environment and culture?

  8. Do you have any suggestions for improving the organisation's policies or practices?

  9. Would you recommend this company as a good place to work?

  10. Is there anything else you would like to share about your experience with the company?

These questions can provide valuable insights into the employee's experiences, reasons for leaving, and suggestions for improvement. It's important to ask open-ended questions and encourage the employee to provide specific examples to support their feedback. Additionally, the interviewer should listen attentively, ask follow-up questions, and take notes to ensure that the feedback is accurately captured and can be used to make meaningful changes within the organisation.
There are a few key best practices that businesses should follow when asking employees to do exit interviews:

  1. Timing: It's important to schedule the exit interview for a time that works well for the departing employee. This may be during their last week or two of employment, or it may be a few days after their last day.

  2. Communication: Clearly communicate to the employee why you're conducting an exit interview and how the feedback they provide will be used. Be sure to emphasise that the feedback is valued and appreciated.

  3. Confidentiality: Ensure the departing employee that their feedback will be kept confidential and that it will not negatively impact their employment reference or reputation.

  4. Format: Consider the most appropriate format for the exit interview, such as in-person, virtual, or written. Choose a format that allows the employee to feel comfortable and able to provide honest feedback.

  5. Questions: Use open-ended questions that allow the employee to share their thoughts and experiences in their own words. Avoid leading or biased questions that may influence the employee's responses.

  6. By following these best practices, businesses can effectively and respectfully request employee participation in exit interviews, and gain valuable insights to improve their organisational processes and retain your top talent.
No! :) Our templates are free to use when you create a Netigate account. You can sign up for a free trial here to check it out. You'll find it under 'Templates' when you click 'Create a survey' on the login homepage!
No— there's more! Netigate is a complete solution and a survey tool for your employee and customer feedback needs. You can also carry out customer surveys and market research using our platform. You can read more about our solutions here.

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