Darius Fisher Offering Advice on Keeping Employees

Darius Fisher helped created one of the most successful online reputation management firms in the United States that is growing by the day. However, he also helps with other services and wants to do whatever he can in assisting business professionals around the world with tips and insights. One of these tips is how to avoid losing employees. Having to continually replace employees and train new ones is drain on resources, not to mention expensive. It crushes productivity and causes all sorts of problems down the line. That is why it is important for owners and managers to do whatever they can to keep the workers they have. Thankfully, there are a few different options available when it comes to keeping current employees on the safe while also making sure everyone is happy at the same time.

Darius Fisher points out how important it is for employees to feel welcome and happy in their place of business. To do this, first it is necessary to keep workers in the loop. Letting them know what is going on in the business helps them feel included. Of course, keeping employees happy is more than just letting them know what is going on with work and how to improve upon their own work potential.

Workers often go in and complete the exact same tasks, every single day. It is just something they do on a regular basis and is something that many eventually become bored of. While they are paid to do it, it is hard to do the exact same thing every single day for years without any sort of new motivation. One of the ways to keep up motivation is to set reachable goals and to award individuals with awards for reaching these goals. These awards can be just about anything, ranging from a better parking space to gift cards for local restaurants. There are so many different ways you can motivate employees based on your own budget and what employees might find desirable. All of this can prove especially helpful when it comes to maintaining your employees and keeping them happy.

An Old Star and Young Star Merge

Status Labs is a firm specializing in reputation management within the field of public relations. Their offices in the United States of America are located in New York City, NY, and Austin, TX, and they recently opened an office in Brazil in Sao Paulo. Their services are made available to professional athletes, politicians, CEOs, anyone, unlucky enough, to have damage done to his or her reputation. Status Labs has been featured in articles by the New York Times, US News and World Report, Daily Beast, Yahoo!, DuJour and the Observer.
Status Labs was founded by Darius Fisher in 2011, and the company has grown rapidly to have more than 30 employees serving more than 1500 clients in 35 countries.
Status Labs recently named Mike Paul as a member of their board of directors. Paul is president of Reputation Doctor LLC., another reputation management firm specializing in corporate communications, government relations and litigation support. Paul and Reputation Doctor brings 25 years of experience in public relations and reputation management to the board of Status Labs. BusinessWeek refers to Paul as, “the Master of Disaster”. He has been named in the Top 100 Leaders in 2012 and 2013 by Trust Across America. Paul has counseled United Airlines, GM, Merrill Lynch, Goldman Sachs, Pfizer, Kraft Foods, and agencies of the U.S. government, FEMA and USDOJ. Paul even assisted The People’s Republic of China. He is featured on national and global news outlets such as CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, ESPN and BBC News.
This combination, of a young and dynamic Darius Fisher allied with a more experienced professional in Mike Paul, will further propel Status Labs as a reputation management and public relations firm toward the pinnacle in their field of endeavor. In a world filled with rumor and innuendo Status Labs should be very busy in the near future.

CCMP Capital Was Over 30 Years In The Making

CCMP Capital has its history in its acronym; C for Chemical Ventures, C for Chase Capitol, M for Manufacturers Hanover and J P Morgan Partners, LLC of which it is still a part. It was founded in 1984 as Chemical Venture Partners, a private equity and venture capital branch of Chemical Bank. It has grown, became global and specialize in buyout and growth equity investments. Its successful transitions over time is evidence of the talent, expertise and experience it possess to create top performing companies. With its established growth and delivery of outstanding returs for investors, CCMP’s choice of Robert Toth as new Managing Director gives insight into why it has been so successful. Robert Toth has more than 30 years of leadership experience and both the technical knowledge and strategic vision gained through his roles at Polypore International, Inc. and C P Kelco ApS, as CEO, President and Chairman of the Board of Directors. Toth expressed his excitement at the unique opportunity of using his past experience and expertise working with founders, entrepreneurs and management teams who partner with CCMP to expand and give lasting value to the industrial and chemical firms.

 

Stephen Murray CCMP Capital invests in four primary industries. It has invested $7.6 billion over 31 years in the consumer and retail industries, $4.1 billion in over 29 years in industrial companies, $1.6 billion over 27 years in health care companies and $2.6 billion in chemical and energy companies. In 1996, Chemical Venture Partners’ acquisition of Chase Manhattan Bank, its name changed to Chase Capitol Partners, whose acquisition of J P Morgan and Company in 2000 resulted in the name J P Morgan Chase. J P Morgan Chase integrated Manufacturers Hanover, Chase Manhattan, J P organ and Company, Hambrect & Quist, the Beacon Group and Robert Fleming and Company, all private equity organizations, to emerge as J P Morgan Partners. After the acquisition of Bank One by J P Morgan Chase in 2004, the new organization became One Equity Partners and the lead private equity platform for J P Morgan Chase. J P Morgan Partners separated from J P Morgan Chase in 2006 creating a new firm, CCMP Capital. Co-founder Stephen P. Murray was a part of the company from 1984 when he became a trainee in the credit analyst program and was CEO when he resigned for health reasons in February 2015, a month before his death. Greg Brenneman assumed the reins and expressed his sadness and the company’s gratitude to Stephen Murray for his 25 years of service to CCMP.

 

CCMP has offices in New York, Houston and London and continues to manage upper middle market companies including Jetho Cash and Carry, Shoes For Crews, Eco Services, Infogroup, Ollie’s Bargain Outlet, L H P Hospital Group and Newark and Chaparral Energy, to name a few, dedicated to their growth.