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Old 20.06.2017, 23:22
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Wow, you really pissed them off, before, during and after !
I haven't yet - but I am likely to, the way things are going.
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Re: Exit Interviews

I think that an exit interview is a great opportunity to give feedback, so you should think about giving constructive (but positive) feedback on how they could improve
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Old 21.06.2017, 21:53
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I think that an exit interview is a great opportunity to give feedback, so you should think about giving constructive (but positive) feedback on how they could improve
Constructive feedback is always positive, however they receiver of the feedback may not find it so positive
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Re: Exit Interviews

Not sure why this thread was revived.
I personally subscribe.
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Old 21.06.2017, 23:28
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Not sure why this thread was revived.
I revived it because I didn't think my situation warranted an entirely new thread. Are you a moderator now or something?

Anyway, I've decided to sign up for the meeting as requested. I've just sat down and written a very long list of all my grievances, almost none of which I'm likely to raise at the meeting, but it sure felt good to write them down.

Next job: write a long list of the successful projects I've led in nearly a decade with this employer, about which not a single member of the current management team will know because they all blew in about 18 months ago. That should help revive my positive spirits before bedtime and give them something to chew on when they're writing my reference.
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Old 22.06.2017, 00:06
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Re: Exit Interviews

I never had an exit interview. Ever. What strange thing is that?
What's there to talk about once one side has quit?

I did have talks to those who took over my job ad interim. But only to make sure clients woldn't suffer or lose out.
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Well, I had it. In fact, it went so well I'm going back for seconds later this afternoon!


I managed to keep it thoroughly professional throughout, stressing my loyalty to the institution (I've been here a long time and seen it through some difficult times) while making clear my disappointment with the way I've been treated. I also invited them to have another look at my CV...


I'm still gutted to have to go, still furious at the way it's been dealt with, but at least I've had my say and kept my cool throughout.


One might even say it was therapeutic!
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