Employee Exit Survey

[ɛmˈplɔɪi | ˈɛɡzət | sərˈveɪ]
Definition:

An employee exit survey provides insight into employee departure experiences from the organisation; this survey involves a questionnaire with questions regarding the employee’s experience during their time at the organisation. 

Questions could include: the reasons why the employee is leaving, how pleased they were (with their time off, salary, benefits and the working environment), their feeling about management, feedback and training. Exit surveys are important mainly because they help employers to make improvements on how things are done within the organisation.  

Part of speech:
noun
Use in a sentence:
Every employee must complete an employee exit survey, before leaving the organization.
Employee Exit Survey