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This study investigated whether hotel managers systematically collected and analyzed data via employee exit interviews to determine why employees left jobs at their properties. Telephone interviews were conducted to determine whether exit interviews were conducted, what use was made of the interview data, and whether there was a relationship between the use of interviews and the level of turnover. Exit interviews appeared to be more common in larger properties and were used primarily for improving employment conditions, identifying problem areas, and providing closure for the employment relationship. There appeared to be an inverse relationship between the use of exit interviews and the level of turnover
Deale, Cynthia S.; Stalcup, Lawrence D.; Todd, Sammuel Y.; and Earnhardt, David
"The Use of Exit Interviews in the U.S Lodging Industry,"
2, Article 1.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.fiu.edu/hospitalityreview/vol26/iss2/1