Employee exit interview form

Use to assess the employee's reasons for leaving the position and to finalize outstanding issues with the employee.
Suitable for use in: England & Wales and Scotland
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Termination of an employment contract is the time when your former employee is likely to consider a claim to a tribunal – and May well be encouraged by friends and relatives to do so.

Your best defence is to have the right procedures in place and well recorded, and to follow them. If your procedures are in place and if you use forms and letters like this from Net Lawman, employees will be discouraged from making a claim.

This employee exit interview form is suitable for use by any line manager, manager or employer of any type of employee – junior or senior.

Conducting an interview on exit will not only aid your compliance with employment law (by creating a complete and fair procedure for all) but it will help you to identify what was positive and perhaps not so positive about the employment under your business. This will encourage change and efficiency, leading to a higher retention of staff.

Application and features

  • Suitable for any business or organisation;
  • Suitable for any employee;
  • Effective Performance Management tool.


  • Form suitable for conducting an exit interview

This document was written by a solicitor for Net Lawman. It complies with current English law.

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