There are no right or wrong answers to exit interview questions. This is your opportunity to give feedback on your job, on the company, and on the supervision you received. However, it's important to be polite and respectful, even if you aren't leaving your job on the best of terms.
Here are examples of exit interview questions you may be asked during your exit interview.
Sample Exit Interview Questions
- Why are you leaving your job?
- What were the most important factors in your deciding to take a new job? Salary? Benefits? Time off? Something else?
- Were you satisfied with your salary?
- How about the company's benefits package?
- Is there anything the new company offers that this company doesn't provide?
- What did you like best about your job?
- What did you like least about your job?
- Was there anything especially challenging that you had to contend with?
- What would you change about your job?
- How did you feel about the supervision you received?
- Did did you receive enough training to do the job effectively?
- Did you receive enough support to do your job effectively?
- How do you feel about the feedback your received from your manager?
- What did you like best about working for the company?
- What did you like least about working for the company?
- Do you have any recommendations for the company for the future?
- Would you work for the company in the future?
- Would you recommend this company to prospective employees?
- Do you have any questions or comments?