Employee offboarding

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Employee offboarding describes the separation process when an employee leaves a company. The offboarding process might involve a phased transfer of knowledge from the departing employee to a new or existing employee; an exit interview; return of any company property; and various processes from the company's human resources, information technology, or legal functions.[1]

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  1. ^ Katrina Collier, The Robot-Proof Recruiter: A Survival Guide for Recruitment and Sourcing Professionals (Kogan Page, 2019), p. 219.