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How Darius Fisher Advices On Employee Retention


It is no secret that if we like something we stick with it. It is also a known fact that losing employees and having to replace them costs businesses millions of dollars per year. Preventing turnover altogether is almost impossible. Although increasing satisfaction among employees can help seriously deplete employee loss.

Darius Fisher offers advice to companies in order to help them retain employees. The key is how each employee perceives their level of necessity in their company. Fisher works to help others gain second chances. These are individuals who have been reflected on in a negative way in the public eye. They could be high powered business men and women and even politicians.

One of the first ways that Fisher suggests businesses retain employees is by identifying something that they would consider a treat. Offering incentives to employees for performance and dedication is just one way that a business can show their appreciation. Keep it within business budgets and everyone will come out feeling better about the relationship.

Boosting morale of employees also goes a long way. That pat on the back should be visible and known to all employees. This boosts not only the individual getting the praise but motivates everyone to want the praise. Fisher does this a lot with his team and clients. Helping people to see the better side of a situation can do wonders to help them get past that situation.

Fisher also suggests that employees be kept up to date on everything that is going on in the company. Many times he has had clients at his business that got bad press simply because an employee spoke before they knew everything that was going on. There are two sides to every story and it is important to keep happy employees in the know about what is going on with the company that they work for.

Bad press was a reality at one point in time in Fisher’s life. He had some really bad issues that were aired in the papers. He found out that this was because someone only had a small part of the story and blew it out of proportion. Information is the key.

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