I feel welcome here.
The training or onboarding process was helpful to start working in my new role.
I know how my work supports the goals of [company].
Open question: What could have been done better to improve your onboarding experience?
Open question: How would you describe the experience so far since you started your job here?
I have all the necessary resources to perform in my new job.
My current understanding of the role matches the role description provided to me.
I have a clear understanding of what is expected of me in this role.
I still feel like this is a great role for me.
Overall, I feel that working at [company] was a positive experience.
It was not a clear and easy decision to quit my current job.
I shared my concerns about wanting to leave with others at the company (e.g. your manager, HR).
If yes, did you feel like they listened to your concerns and offered solutions?
Open question: What are your reasons for leaving the company?
Open question: What ultimately led you to accept the new position?
Open question: What could have been done that would have made you remain in this company?
I was well equipped to do my job.
I had opportunities to learn and grow in this company.
My efforts were always appreciated.
I was fairly remunerated for the work I was doing.
Open question: What would you change about your current job?
I was satisfied with the way my manager supported me.
I've received constructive feedback to help me improve my performance.
I felt comfortable talking to my manager.
My manager treated me fairly.
Next to exit surveys, it could also be valuable to do employee exit interviews. This playbook explains how to do employee exit interviews to improve your organization and decrease turnover.