An official conversation between an employer and a departing employee is known as an exit interview. The motivation behind this interview is to acquire bits of knowledge into the justifications for why the employee is leaving the association and to assemble criticism on their encounters working for the organization. The workplace can be made better, employee retention can be increased, and turnover can be reduced with the help of this data. During the post-employment survey, the employee might be gotten some information about their work insight, the organization culture, their relationship with partners and chiefs, and any ideas they have for working on the association. Companies looking to increase employee retention and foster a positive work environment can benefit greatly from the information gleaned from exit interviews.