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First Published :Wed Nov 26 21:51:29 GMT 2014
Last Modified :Tue Feb 06 21:15:22 GMT 2018
Last Published :Tue Feb 06 21:15:22 GMT 2018
Reference for all employees of Tufts with inquiries about the exit interviews process at the University.
Audience: All current staff employees
* This pertains to staff and postdocs only, not faculty. Faculty can check with the faculty affairs office within their school.*
Once an employee has resigned, he or she is encouraged to participate in an exit interview with his or her Human Resources Business Partner. Exit interviews provide an opportunity to discuss the employee's experience at Tufts and provide important feedback. The information is most valuable when the employee agrees to allow the Business Partner to share the feedback with the former supervisor.
An employee interested in sharing experience about and feedback to Tufts should contact the employee's Human Resources Business Partner to schedule a time to meet. The HR Business Partner may likewise reach out to the employee if the HRBP receives news of intent to separate from Tufts. A third choice is to complete an electronic exit interview.
The "Separation from the University" section of the Employee Handbook has information on the University's policies regarding resignation, termination, retirement, exit interviews, effect of separation on benefits and vacation pay upon separation.
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