Employees of the software publisher Jamespot who decide to sail towards other adventures are invited, before leaving, to discuss with the management, in a small committee, their experience.
It's a rich word, we learn a lot about the company
," notes Alain Garnier, founder of this start-up which today employs around forty people.
Whether he liked the atmosphere, regretted a slow progress or suffered from an authoritarian manager, the employee can thus confide his feelings.
He will also be invited by his manager to have lunch or to exchange in video, a few weeks after his departure, to discuss his new company.
The practices of competitors are a source of inspiration.
And it's a way to maintain a link with the "elders".
As at Jamespot, companies are increasingly tending to deploy a series of rituals to guarantee departures in good conditions.
The “exit interview”, essential
The "exit interview"
with the HRD this time, is also unavoidable...
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