What A Law firm Or A Company Wants To Find Out During Exit Interviews
[00:00:00] What are the typical five questions asked in an exit interview?
When you're taking an exit interview, typically what the company is trying to do, if it's a well-run company is or a law firm is, trying to understand why you're leaving.
They're trying to understand if there are any people in their firm that are creating tension and making people leave. They're trying to understand if the company's not competitive or the firm's not competitive with other people in the market, they're trying to understand what they can do better to improve things.
And then, of course, they're trying to understand if they have any liability in the future, whether you are going to sue the firm or the company? You need to be very careful with that when you're leaving and realize that's one of the things that they're looking for, and if you don't bring up reasons that you might be suing the firm, then they'll use that against you later if you DO sue the firm.