One of the things companies may overlook when going global is how to perform an exit interview in another language. Long known to provide valuable information aimed at improving employee issues, an exit interview shouldn't be cast aside because of a language barrier.

To that end, Nobscot Corp., a provider of exit interview management software, has introduced an upgraded edition of WebExit, which includes a robust database, improved security features and a language module that supports more than 15 languages, including Chinese, Japanese and Korean.

"There is a greater comfort level when employees are given the option of communicating the information for an exit survey in their own language," says Beth N. Carvin, CEO of Nobscot.

Nobscot Corp.