Separation of employment from PAFA is an inevitable part of personnel activity within any organization. PAFA hopes and expects that non-exempt employees will give at least two weeks’ notice and exempt employees will provide at least four weeks’ notice in the event they intend to leave PAFA’s employ.
PAFA gives separating employees the opportunity to provide feedback regarding their employment. Information collected at an employee’s exit may be used for research purposes, document the reasons individuals leave employment, identify potential problem areas, and improve personnel practices and the overall work and learning environment.
Human Resources provides the exiting employee with a separation letter stipulating last pay, any accrued vacation payout, and information to continue benefits.
Also, Human Resources may conduct an Exit Interview to collect PAFA equipment, ID cards, and passwords and ask questions about the employee’s experience. Some employees may prefer to complete an Exit Survey.