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Updated 15 December 2015

Exit interview

Thinking of quitting your job and itching for an exit interview? Exit interviews are intended to give some feedback on why you’re leaving, but it doesn't mean you can sit back and throw all the toys out of your cot. By all means be forthright, but be careful about singling out individuals just because you’re angry. It’s possible to be just as constructive by saying, “The management team needs more direct input” than saying “Joe’s a lazy slob”. If you’re asked for specific details provide them, but emphasise your intention to be constructive.

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