Notify relevant stakeholders about the employee departure and clarify the next steps for redistributing responsibilities.
Draft a formal letter of resignation or termination to maintain clear records of the employee's departure.
Request the departing employee to compile a list of ongoing projects and their respective deadlines for smooth continuity.
Allow time for proper knowledge transfer by enabling the departing employee to train their replacement or other team members.
Collect Company Equipment
Ensure the return of all company-owned equipment like laptops, phones, & security badges upon the employee's departure.
Secure company data by changing passwords and revoking access to systems and accounts used by the departing employee.
Ensure the departing employee understands and complies with any contractual obligations, such as non-compete agreements.
Arrange the final paycheck & any severance pay owed to the departing employee & remove them from the company's payroll system.
Provide Benefit Information
Inform the departing employee about their post-employment benefits, including details about 401(k) plans and COBRA health insurance coverage.
Schedule an exit interview to gather feedback from the departing employee & identify areas for improvement in the offboarding process.