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All About Stay Interviews Exit interviews done by human resource professionals are most likely to end up with the employee truly leaving the company. Sometimes, you would ask yourself if only you knew about the problems of the employees, you would rectify them and you wouldn’t lose them right now. It is better to replace exit interviews with stay interviews. Most good organizations will have a good onboarding system and a continuing mentorship program for both new and old employees. A lot of organizations unfortunately only invest on the orientation process but leave the future and growth of the employee to the specific manager. Sometimes, managers and supervisors are the reasons for the problem. Most of the time, people leave an organization because of issues with managers, other employees, and ethics that they cannot look past. By asking employees what they like most about their jobs, what might cause them to leave, and what they need to become successful, you can determine the issues before it escalates. The employee will engage with you and there will be more chances of them staying in the organization. People tend to stay in their companies if they are being given what they need and want. People’s wants and needs haven’t changed much over time. They want to have exciting and challenging work. Career growth and learning more about their jobs are important factors as well. They also aspire to have great relationships with great people in the workplace.
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The proactive approach of asking employees what they want while they are still working for you is the best method to do. With stay interviews, you can find out how the employee is progressing, how their relationships are developing, and how things are going in general. You can easily do this through performance review. This will be a big help for you to grasp your organizational culture and the needs of your employees.
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It is good to apply this process to all employees and also put it together with the appraisal process. If you cannot do this, determine the demographics. Determine what kind of employees are you losing. Also find out if the employees you are losing were with you for less than five years. You also need to find out if the employees you lose are from a specific organizational or occupational area. You have a lot of work to do if the employees are coming from the same areas. You also need to ask if there are areas that you continually retain good quality employees. Look at what they are doing right and try to replicate what they are doing. Sometimes you would need to change either the work environment or leadership methods, but it would be worth it in the end.

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