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What is an Offboarding?

The method of officially removing an employee from the company they work for as a result of the employee's dismissal, firing, or retirement is known as offboarding. The aim of offboarding is to protect both the employer and the leaving employee's interests while easing the process. There are several phases in a rigorous offboarding procedure. It outlines all of the rules and processes that must be followed after the employee departs, ensuring that there are no loose ends.

Benefits of Offboarding

Organizations have the following benefits of off-boarding

Employees have the following benefits of off-boarding