What resin are you using?
Shrinkage is a property of the resin you’re using, independent of the settings.
Generally speaking, your best bet is to design a part such that it is resistant to warping. The issues are similar to that for FDM ABS and there is a good YouTube video describing how to design warp resistant parts:
Otherwise, your only option will be to change your resin formulation to reduce shrinkage. MakerJuice has quite a lot of shrinkage, if you switch to 3DM ABS, you will substantially reduce the amount of shrinkage.
Additionally, certain types of powder fillers act as nucleating agents and will reduce shrinkage. Talc is the most common additive for this purpose, but fine aluminum powder or ceramic microspheres may also have a similar effect. However, depending on the size of the part, you may need to experiment further with the addition of thixotropic-enhancing additives (like cabosil) or deflocculating agents in order to reduce the amount of settling.