Leaving your position

Tips and resources for when you leave your position

Leaving a position can feel stressful, but it’s a perfectly normal part of everyone’s career path. We understand that this can be a new or challenging step to take, and we are here to help. You can find information below about leaving a position and best practices you can follow to make the process go smoothly.

What is an exit survey?

Once you decide to leave a position, your employer may ask you to participate in an exit interview. Many companies will conduct exit interviews as a way to learn about why you left and to better understand your experience with their company. Often this is conducted in person with someone you did not work closely with (usually a representative from human resources). This is meant to be a safe space for employees to share honest feedback. This provides employers with data on how they could improve the employee experience in the future within their company.

While our office does not conduct in-person exit interviews, we do offer an exit survey for student employees where you can share feedback about your experience. We are always looking for ways to make the student employment experience for IU Indianapolis students even better, so we appreciate you taking some time to complete the exit survey whenever you transition out of a job.

Our exit survey takes about 15–20 minutes to complete. You do not need to work on campus to partake in this survey. Since we work closely with many off-campus employers, we are interested in hearing about your experiences in off-campus roles as well!

Take the survey

Please note that full-time IU Indianapolis employees should refer to the Office of Equal Opportunity to complete an exit survey.

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