While eliminating employee turnover is out of the question, it is not impossible to reduce the rate at which employees are lost. There are several directions to take on the subject, but Darius Fisher, president of Status Labs, suggests increasing employee job satisfaction as a first step. This can be done with incentives, recognition and keeping employees updated.

Incentives
Providing employees with extra reasons to come to work might cost a little extra, but it can be worth the chunk of change if it means maintaining positions in the long run. Some ideas are extra vacation days, group outings or once-per-week lunch catering. Reach out to employees directly to figure out what it is that makes them happy. People will be glad to answer questions about possible incentives.

Recognition
Showing employees you care about the hard work they do makes an emotional difference in the workplace. Crew members will begin opening up because they realize their bosses pay attention to the little things. A family-like environment will emerge, and employees will enjoy serving the people in charge because they realize they are helping nice people achieve their dreams.

Release Updates
By keeping employees updated, leaders can make sure the workers understand the direction of the company in general and that people know what to expect this week, month or year. Having a forecast relieves the pressure of upcoming events, so try to give notice of important deadlines to the people doing the labor. A good thing to think about is communicating expectations with potential employees from the very beginning.

Premier Service
Status Labs is a major internet reputation managing firm that provides reputation solution services to both businesses and individuals. Darius Fisher has lead the company to serving more than 1,500 clients. Also, Status Labs has established prominent offices in New York, Austin, and Sao Paolo.

Significant Accomplishments
Darius Fisher graduated with honors from Vanderbilt University and went on to being a political consultant and copywriter. Now he is holding seminars that offer advice to business owners and people alike, especially regarding internet social media. His expertise is in fixing social crises.