While going through your first two candidates, they receive glowing recommendations from each of their three references. When you get to the final candidate, who also happens to be the favourite, and the one you can see adding the most value to the company. They receive two high-praise references and one negative one.
If you’ve never heard of an exit interview or aren’t well versed in them, this article is exactly what you need to start implementing them successfully in your company.
An exit interview is an interview or survey held with an employee that is on their way out of the company to learn about their experience and how to better your company.
We’ve all been there, starting a new job feeling nervous, excited, and confused about what to do and how to make the most of your first day. The first day is always a little bit stressful and can be overwhelming for some. Why is that the case? Well, the first…