TLNT Webinar

The “Good” in Goodbye: Getting the Most out of Employee Exits

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Every HR professional will tell you that exit interviews are important. When executed well, exit interviews yield honest and accurate information about your company’s culture and environment and surface suggestions about actions that could increase retention. But are they really used to full advantage?

Too often, the exit interview can feel like an exercise in ticking boxes rather than an honest and enlightening conversation. In this webinar, we’ll take a look at how to turn that around with practical strategies to improve the quality of your exit interviews and methods for delivering effective data and insight to your leadership team.

In particular, the speakers will focus on how to:

  • Commit to your purpose and bring curiosity to the table—stop checking boxes and start truly listening
  • Flip your exit interview into an exit conversation: the two simple questions that will foster open dialogue for the best feedback
  • Discover the trends that are driving employee departures—and deliver the tough messages to leadership that will help increase retention

Join our free webinar on Thursday, May 19 for expert insight into how you can gain real value from exit interviews.

Our speakers, Jennifer Murphy and Joy Clark, will share their experience and expertise with developing effective exit interviews.

Who should attend? If you feel like you could be gleaning more useful and valuable insights from exit interviews this webinar is for you. Join us on Thursday, May 19.

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Presented by:

Jennifer Murphy

Jennifer supports more than 400 employees on Talent/HR matters including benefits, exit interviews, immigration, onboarding and new hire sessions, and performance reviews and merit planning.

She has a background in HR consulting and HR generalist work, with a special interest in immigration and workforce diversity

Jennifer hails from North Carolina and graduated from UNC.


Joy Clark

Joy has 23 years of experience in leading technology companies to effectively build and manage their human capital and typically works with leadership and their teams to foster dialogue, professional growth, and retention.

Joy’s credentials include Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR), Certified Business Coach and certifications in a variety of training and employee development methods.  

Joy lives in Durham, NC and is the mother of 3.