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The “Stay” Interview Is Much More Effective Than the “Exit” Interview—And Could Be the Key to Employee Retention

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, effective meetings like these involve asking “standard, structured questions in a casual and conversational manner.” They recommend keeping them to a half hour.

Managers should leave with a better understanding of what employees need to be happier and more effective in their positions.

There’s quite a bit on the line—in a , 33% reported retention and motivation as a top concern. There’s a reason exit interviews aren’t enough to improve retention alone.

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