My last day is the 8th. I'm going to a different company closer to home. During the interview process, I did go to the Ladies' Room and verified that it is professionally cleaned with fully functioning, stocked soap dispensers.
My personally purchased office supplies have already been taken home. If I need another pen/tape/staple in my last week, I'll just nag the HR lady.
If you have an exit interview, will you mention this issue?
I'm on the fence. As I've said throughout, some of the things the company does is crazy generous (whole office went to an after hours minor league ball game with food and (alcoholic) beverages) and then the office supplies are under lock and key and HR lady makes a huge deal about what an inconvenience getting you another roll of toilet paper is. I report to HR Lady's boss and she's really well regarded by management -- probably for her effective cost containment. I'm not really a bridge burner.
Would it really burn a bridge to gently point out that supplies--especially soap in the bathroom--are difficult to get?
I actually have said some bigger things to the owner already this week:
Power Outages (3 x year) - need to either set up a generator or solar panels to power the office or send people home to work. Three or four hours in a dark office with no heat/air conditioning isn't the best solution. Plus, he's losing revenue in man hours. He prefers to send people to lunch (even if it's at 9:30 in the morning) than risk letting them work from home, although over half the company works from home if they are more than 75 miles from the office.
Help Desk Manager - they need one. They interviewed me for the job, but created a different role for me. They have interviewed two other people who were 'almost' hired, but were missing the sparkling rainbow unicorn approval from a personality test. The VP that kind of oversees it doesn't have ANY experience in help desk and is making a mess. We're losing customers for our help desk services quarterly.
I don't think I need to tack anything else on!