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Why You Should Always Turn Down An Exit Interview

Interview busywork at its very best.

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Many companies often invite a leaving employee to what they, somewhat darkly, refer to as an ‘exit’ interview during their notice period.

This is often framed as a way in which the company in question can learn how to improve itself, internally, from its failures (for that is what they are, for one reason or another)…

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Dr Stuart Woolley

Dr Stuart Woolley

Worries about the future. Way too involved with software. Likes coffee, maths, and . Would prefer to be in academia. SpaceX, Twitter, and Overwatch fan.

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