Star’s Exit and Stay Interview solution collects honest assessment of your company’s culture and employee sentiment. Deliver the insights your teams need to prioritize and make the necessary changes to continually improve employee retention.
Whether you are working to build an employee compliance program from the ground up or improving an old one, avoiding these 7 deadly sins, which are the most common challenges Compliance and HR teams face, will support your efforts to protect the safety of your employees and your company’s reputation.
Deliver online and live anonymous employee surveys
Aggregate responses into meaningful reports and analytics
Benchmarking capabilities to provide a better perspective on findings
Automatically trigger investigations with certain findings
Combine survey and narrative response questions for more measurable results
Cross reference related survey results to identify hidden trend
“Previously we did exit interviews internally and thought we were getting to the root cause of why an employee left. Third party exit interviews with [Star’s Exit and Stay Interview solution] opened our eyes to the real reasons employees were leaving. It was an eye opening! Anyone using [their case management solution] should take advantage of this.”
"We never had a firm grip on why our turnover was so high, and then we started [using Star’s Exit and Stay Interview solution to] conduct third-party exit interviews. We were able to take action based on those results and have reduced our turnover by 50%"
“Star’s Incident Management solution was our first case management system. The Star team went out of their way to help us build an effective program while implementing the system. Their support has been critical to our program’s success and we highly recommend them.”
28 Nov, 2023
After the Central Bank of Ireland’s Individual Accountability Framework (IAF) was signed into law in March 2023, a three-month consultation process took place to provide clarity and guidance to role-holders on responsibilities and accountability. The outcome highlighted industry concerns over the number and people in scope for its prescribed responsibilities, particularly for both non-executive directors (NEDs) and independent non-executive directors (INEDs) within the Senior Executive Accountability Regime (SEAR). As a result, the Central Bank deferred the application of SEAR for both NEDs and INEDs by 12 months until 1 July 2025. The regulator cited that this delay will give both the Central Bank and regulated firms time to learn more about its implications, and the impact the new individual accountability framework will have on executives – for example, the issues with the overlap of other laws and the reconciliation over certain decision-making responsibilities.
09 Nov, 2023
Renowned for its modern infrastructure and dazzling architecture, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is an international trade and transport hub that has undergone rapid development and economic growth since its federation just over 50 years ago.