Minneapolis, Minn.---October 9, 2014---By not tracking or sharing exit interview data a large majority of organizations appear to missing a key opportunity to learn of potential risk areas, according to, "Exit Interviews and the Compliance and Ethics Department," a recent survey report published by the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE) and the Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA).
Eighty-two percent of respondents to the SCCE/HCCA survey indicate their organization conducts exit interviews “at least some of the time,” and 52 percent note it is a standard practice, yet only 38 percent report that the exit interview results are sent to the compliance department.
“The good news is that companies are investing the time to learn from former employees why they are leaving. The bad news is that data, which may reveal compliance risks, isn't necessarily reaching the people who are most able to mitigate those risks," said SCCE and HCCA Chief Executive Officer Roy Snell.
To review the "Exit Interview and the Compliance and Ethics Department" report click here.
The Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics, headquartered in Minneapolis, Minn., is a non-profit professional member association that serves more than 4,500 compliance and ethics professionals globally. The association provides resources and training to compliance professionals and champions ethical practices and compliance standards. Visit the SCCE website.
The Health Care Compliance Association, established in 1996 and headquartered in Minneapolis, Minn., is a non-profit organization with more than 9,500 members. It is dedicated to improving the quality of compliance. Visit HCCA’s website. Tel: 888-580-8373.