Human Resource Practitioners' Perceived Usefulness of the Exit Interview Process

Estonian Business School
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Conference Proceeding
The 9th International Human Resource Conference, 2007, pp. 1 - 8
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This paper aims to gauge Australian HR practitionersa level of awareness and their perceived usefulness of the exit interview process in gauging job satisfaction, commitment and voluntary labour turnover. The results indicate that while a majority of respondents are aware of the benefits of conducting exit interviews many struggled in analysing and utilizing the valuable information generated through the process. It is hoped that through this study that the researcher can not only shed further insight into HR practitionersa perceptions of the exit interview process.
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