Employee offboarding serves two key purposes. The first is to understand the experience an employee has had with the company. The second consists of technical to-dos, like knowledge transfers, deactivating access accounts and legal agreements. All of which require coordination from various departments.
One of the most common issues with offboarding is its long lead time, coupled with various to-dos. Departing employees would require separate appointments with IT, HR, Legal and Department Leads – making it a week-long affair, or at best a day-long effort.
FireStart’s offboarding processes save time and money while ensuring all bases are covered – equipment check, exit interview, deactivating access, updating organization charts – all checked. The idea is to make offboarding a pleasant and easy to execute experience within a few hours at most.
A clear, easy offboarding process allows both the company and the departing employee to have a positive final exchange – keeping the relationship professional and friendly: