barefootlady, ADN, RN 2,174 Posts Nov 22, 2007 Exit interviews are the way a facility finds out about what other facilities are offering in terms of wages, schedules, education, and benefits. It really has nothing to do with what actually goes on in the day to day function of a unit. This was told to me by the head of HR at a facility. After watching no less than 25 nurses quit in 3 months at one place I know this is true. Change does come, slowly and at a cost to the patient in terms of care by experienced nurses.