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Exit interview update: A brand new day, a brand new chart

Insync is proud to announce more upgrades to our exit interview system. Feedback based on our customer survey helped us understand the needs of our clients. Here we are delivering on another promise to improve our exit interview system.

Employee attrition data

An attrition trend chart has been added to the exit interview system dashboard. This chart shows:

  • the number of employee departures
  • the attrition percentage (after you enter the number of employees at the organisation)
  • your employee Net Promoter Score* (if you included it in the exit interview)

Under the graph there are controls for you to select who you want exit interview data on, and a time slider to help you select when you want data from.

One cool thing is that each of the series in the chart can be “clicked off”, which makes lines disappear from the chart. In the example below we’ve clicked off “TAS”, “WA” and a few others so you can see what we mean.

You can also download the images in various formats for use in reports and presentations.

Exit interview system attrition trend chart

Another new section of our exit interview system allows you to define the number of employees you had at any time in history. You can do this overall or for any demographic group. This information is used for calculating the attrition percentage shown in the attrition chart.

Exit interview system attrition table

 

For more information about Insync’s exit interview and system please contact us at info@insync.com.au.

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