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The "Stay Interview" versus the "Exit Interview" [Kansas City Nursing News] Tuesday 02/24/04 1:41 PM

St. Luke's Hospital in Kansas City attributes their low employee turnover in part to "stay interviews" that their Human Resource department conducts with long term employees.

Unlike exit interviews, stay interviews are conducted with a random selection of employees who have been with the hospital for at least 5 years. The selected employees respond to questions about the job, their supervisor, employee benefits, working conditions and communications. They are also asked why they stay with the hospital and what suggestions they have to improve the work environment.

Saint Luke's is often recognized for their excellence in Human Resources including being named one of the Best Places to Work by CIO Magazine.
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