Holding on to our talent is key to Bupa. Therefore if you decide to leave, we actively encourage you to speak with your manager before giving any formal notice. This allows us the opportunity of discussing the situation and may result in you deciding to stay with us.
If you decide to leave Bupa, you should confirm your resignation in writing to your manager with the appropriate notice period. If you are unsure of the amount of notice you should give, you should discuss it with your manager. It will usually be stated in your contract of employment.
We value all our people and want to understand why you have taken the decision to leave to make sure that we can apply any learning and continue to make Bupa a great place to work. Everyone who leaves Bupa is asked to participate in an exit survey, either in writing or by telephone. The information provided will help us better understand why people leave Bupa.
If there are underlying issues, and if for any reason you do not feel you can talk to your manager, there is support available. You can speak to another manager – possibly your manager’s manager – to see if the issue can be resolved. Further details are available in Bupa’s grievance policy. Alternatively, our Speak Up policy gives you the opportunity to speak up if there is something that concerns you.
Our Healthy Minds confidential telephone counselling service (0345 600 2007) is available as additional support during this time.
If you haven't had the opportunity to complete an exit questionnaire, please contact us
and we will send one to you.
Need some help?
If you've got a Bupa email address, submit your query online by clicking the question mark.
Atlernatively, you can call the team on 0161 931 7500.
If you haven't got a Bupa email address, please speak to your manager for more help.