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Employee Exit Process

Employee Exit – Employee’s Responsibilities

If you intend to leave the organisation, you must agree your last working day and termination date (if different taking into account annual leave) with your Manager.

On your last working day you must return to your Manager all relevant documents and equipment that belong to the Board including your Security Pass, Parking Permit, IT hardware, phones, keys etc.

Before you leave it is good practice to complete an exit interview questionnaire which can be completed through eESS employee self service: Exit Interview Standard Operating Procedure. Your Manager may also wish to conduct a face to face Employee Exit Interview with you.

Employee Exit – Manager’s Responsibilities

When a member of staff is leaving NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, we would ask that all managers ensure appropriate steps are taken to assist their exit and to ensure the relevant paperwork and Board belongings are returned. The leaver’s checklist below will ensure you follow all relevant steps required when an employee is leaving.

The employee can complete an exit interview through eESS employee self service. You and/ or the employee may also find it beneficial to undertake a face to face discussion to find out and further record particular details about the employee’s decision to leave and their views about their experience of working in NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde. 

Leavers Checklist

Exit Interview Form


Last Updated: 10 February 2022