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The information provided by departing employees during exit interviews doesn’t fall on deaf ears; it often makes a difference, a new survey suggests.More than three-quarters (76%) of executives polled said they “always” or “somewhat frequently” act on information gathered during exit interviews which take place between an HR representative and the departing employee prior to their last day on the job.

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