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Employee Offboarding Guide

Hillary Pettegrew, Esq.
June 2024

Why Read This

Onboarding employees gets more attention, but offboarding is equally important and contains opportunities and pitfalls. Handled well, your institution’s offboarding process can maintain relationships with good employees and enhance your institution’s reputation as an employer, but mistakes during offboarding can have negative consequences including damaged morale among remaining employees and costly litigation.

Key Takeaways

  • To help reduce the chances of litigation against your institution, give as much attention to offboarding employees as you do to onboarding them.
  • Protect your interests by requiring the return of institutional property when an employee departs.
  • Establish a protocol for exit interviews and modify it depending on the circumstances of an employee’s departure.

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