Offboarding marks the concluding phase of any professional relationship, and though it may be challenging, it remains a vital step for both parties involved. To guarantee a seamless departure, careful planning and management are crucial, preventing any adverse effects on the company and the departing employee.
When should offboarding be measured among employees?
When the departure is announced
During the employee’s last working week
After the employee has left
What are the benefits?
For the employer
Enabling to leverage on valuable employee feedback
Reinforcing the company’s brand image
Creating opportunities for future synergies, such as receiving recommendations, forming partnerships, or having employees return
Ensuring a smooth exit process for departing employees.
Enabling employees to part on a positive and constructive note
Reducing departure-related stress for both the company and employee
Increasing the likelihood of receiving a recommendation