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What is Offboarding?

Offboarding is the process of transitioning an employee out of an organization when they leave, retire, or are terminated. It typically involves a series of steps, including exit interviews, returning company property, final paychecks, and disconnecting from company systems and networks. The goal of offboarding is to ensure a smooth and professional transition for the departing employee, while also protecting the company's assets and information. Offboarding is often contrasted with onboarding, which refers to the process of introducing a new hire to the company and integrating them into the organization.