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Statewide Exit Survey

In today’s knowledge economy, skilled employees are the asset that drives organizational success. An important goal for any employer is to retain valued employees. If employees are leaving, figuring out why is crucial.

Organizations must learn from employees themselves—why they stay, why they leave, and how the work environment needs to change. A thoughtful exit interview process can provide feedback on all three fronts. If done well, an exit survey can identify challenges and opportunities and promote engagement and retention by showing employees that their views matter to leadership.

The Statewide Exit Survey allows the executive branch to take action on workplace issues. This allows the state workforce to be adaptive and a great place to work for their employees.

If you'd like to file a complaint or need assistance

This survey is for retention efforts and may not be immediately reviewed or monitored. If you would like assistance or to file a complaint, please use this resource to find the office best able to assist you:

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Last updated
Tuesday, March 9, 2021
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