For many businesses, employee onboarding is the priority. Most of their energy goes to information sharing and upskilling. While this is crucial to improve employee retention rates, employee offboarding tends to fall by the wayside. In reality, offboarding can be the first step to successful onboarding. Running through a checklist, wrapping up any unfinished jobs, and closing the loop on HR obligations creates the space to quickly onboard a replacement. Exit interviews provide the invaluable insights you need to improve team dynamics or adjust recruitment briefs moving forward. Use Slab’s employee offboarding templates to ensure you don’t miss a trick.