Relax and sit back with FrontLine Employee. Every bit of newsletter stress and every concern about doing an in-house publication has now ended. Frontline Employee is as powerful as it is simple. Ease and convenience are just the beginning of this powerful and perfect solution--a cross between "do it yourself" and "magnificently already done for you." START WITH OUR VIDEO TO THE RIGHT.
Human resource managers, EAPs, and employers of all sizes use FrontLine Employee as a reliable, on-time communication tool that delivers productivity tips, workplace wellness information, and the ability to add internal news (if desired) so the organization maintains an enjoyable, predictably read communication vehicle that employees enjoy, but also a risk management and productivity tool that earns strong top management approval.
Employee newsletters are powerful tools, but maintaining your own internal newsletter on a regular basis and getting it distributed on time, every time, is nearly impossible. If this task is assigned to an employee with other responsibilities, eventually you will observe that it ceases to continue. The chore is insidiously difficult. This is why FrontLine Employee was created 17 years ago, and why it is used by the U.S. Congress (both houses), the State of New York, many U.S. Army installations, universities, municipalities, hospitals, nursing homes, and other businesses worldwide. FAX PAGE FOUR OF THIS BROCHURE FOR A FREE TRIAL.
We give you a newsletter without the work, and it is as close as you can come to your own newsletter without the work. It is never late and arrives the month prior to issue (about 4-6 days early.)
You have a unique opportunity to powerfully influence your employees' health, well-being, and productivity with a newsletter that doubles as an in-house communication organ and wellness/productivity tips resource.
It's Your Own Newsletter Without the Work.
FrontLine Employee is two pages. It comes monthly by e-mail and is editable in MS Word or MS Publisher. Or you can receive text of articles and a PDF, or all of these formats at no extra charge. A customized nameplate--professionally created--is 100% free. Use MS Word (text only) if you already have a template and only need great content written by licensed, experienced mental health professionals who are EAP pros with no less than 25 years experience.
FrontLine Employee can also be sent to you as a ready-to-use PDF complete with your name and logo already on it if desired! The charge is $100 per year additional. The masthead we produce for you can easily be applied on your own, but we are happy to do it as well. You can see samples of nameplates/mastheads below.
When Frontline Employee arrives, send it to your employees or add your own news before doing so by simply removing any article. Insert messages from the CEO, birthday announcements, company anniversaries, event reminders, or secret recipes that employees want to share! It's your newsletter. You can work with it any way you like. We do not have copyright marks or our logo on your newsletter that would distract readers. We are the only newsletter provide in the USA that does not have branding directly on the product.
Would a unique employee newsletter name and masthead make your newsletter perfect? We will professionally create an employee newsletter masthead FREE with your subscription. Send us your special name, logo, Web site URL, and industry-focus. We will take it from there and give you a minimum of three different choices/ideas. We will keep tweaking with your ideas until you love it at no extra charge.
FrontLine Employee Articles and Content
FrontLine Employee provides health and wellness tips, stress management techniques, and workplace and job productivity ideas to help employees do their jobs better.
Employees and family members love FrontLine Employee because articles are quick reads, never long-winded, and contain lots of "how-tos" and practical advice that can be used immediately.
FrontLine Employee covers a huge range of popular topics, concerns, issues, and common problems: dealing with difficult people, how to get along better with the boss, productivity tips, resolving conflicts, staying excited about work, and how to find more meaning in one's job. These are the topics employees want a newsletter to contain, and with Frontline Employee you get them.
Our "subscriber's hotline" -- http://workexcel.net/hotline.html allows you you to request topics your employees need and want to read, like dealing organizational change, death in the workplace, or other topics associated with crises or internal concerns affecting morale or the work climate.
FrontLine Employee discusses respect in the workplace, stopping rudeness, avoiding harassment, ending gossip, and creating a welcoming workplace for all. We also discuss employee substance abuse and alcoholism in the family.
Only licensed mental health professionals with a minimum of 25 years life and work experience author or approve content in FrontLine Employee.
You Control FrontLine Employee
You get your life back with FrontLine Employee because you don't waste time looking for content or writing it. Your time is costly, but FrontLine Employee is not expensive. It's as low as $1.35 a day for a small company! And if you are an EAP provider, we permit you to distribute FrontLine Employee to your corporate customers for a super low reasonable rate.
Do You Know Someone Using FrontLine Employee?
FrontLine Employee is used by the state of New York (yes--all state government employees receive it monthly), big and small employers, the U.S. Army, scores of hospitals, counseling centers, the State of Washington, cities, HR departments, and employers world-wide. As you can see, with a subscription you are in the company of many employers that must depend on a reliable service.
Here's What You Get
Each month, you receive an e-mailed, editable copy of FrontLine Employee. You can choose MS Publisher, MS Word with graphics or text only, PDF, or all four of these formats at no extra charge, so you have all the tools you need to instantly get your newsletter flying off your desk.
You receive a free professionally produced, colorful masthead with your own title, if desired, so you can simply paste it into the newsletter with one click when it arrives! The look of your masthead will match the energy of your company, create excitement, and reflect the commitment of your organization to the products or services you offer.
You desired, you can have a Spanish version of FrontLine Employee at a super discount. It is called Empleado de FrontLine. Latino employees who speak only Spanish (or read Spanish better than English) will not be left behind in your company.
Are you able to see how Frontline Employee reduces risk and how it can make a powerful contribution to helping your employees stay happy, healthy, and productive while reducing your workload?
Distribute the tip sheets using your website or via e-mail, or simply copy and place them anywhere--in your health clinic, main office, lunchroom, or break room areas.
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Many subscribers have continued with FrontLine Employee since our very first year in 2001. So, I know you will love it.
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If you ever feel that FrontLine Employee isn't the most awesome and hassle-free solution for starting and keeping your company newsletter going, then I will refund 100% of the price you paid for your subscription, at any time, even if you happen to be on your very last issue!
Employee Newsletter Topics and Articles We Focus On Delivering
Employee newsletter subjects and topics you should consider include a variety or mix of wellness and productivity content that will meet the needs of employees, family members, and the business organization itself.
"Critical" sounds like a dramatic word, but placing the right kind of employee newsletter content can create a powerful effect toward influencing desired behavior among employees.
We are convinced that newsletters with properly written articles can play key roles in reducing conflict, increasing respect in the workplace, reducing incidences of violence, and possibly motivating a suicidal employee to make one more step toward getting help. So newsletters are all about reducing risk.
And I am only scratching the surface of what newsletters can do for employees and their employers.
The bottom line is that employees represent a "captured audience", so if you give strong attention to employee newsletter topics that fit the work culture and meet the needs of employees, you will see interesting changes that have a positive effect on the environment.
Below is a discussion of what I consider twelve important employee newsletter topics with a closer examination about what each one means. It should provide you with a lot of great ideas for future articles.
Workplace Communication: Handling conflict, personality, and control issues; dealing with difficult people and attitude problems; negotiating and increasing cooperation; getting a point across, being assertive; improving listening skills; etc.
Worker Productivity Tips: Managing time, organizing work, setting priorities, stopping procrastination, remembering things, stopping interruptions, completing work, etc.
Family, Home, and Community: Thinking "green"; knowing about consumer product safety; parenting children and teenagers, safety at home, eldercare issues, family stress, budgeting tips, increasing marital harmony, work-life balance, etc. (When it comes to employee newsletter topics, I like to write so people start to think "community" and neighborhood, and interacting with neighbors. People are moving so fast and many people don't even know their neighbor's names.)
Personal Fitness and Emotional Wellness: exercising, getting more energy, improving nutrition, understanding mental illness, self-diagnosing conditions, seeking professional help.
Personal Effectiveness and Goal Achievement: getting more done, improving self-awareness, motivation and using inspirational thinking, planning ahead, sticking to New Year resolutions, managing money, developing mediation skills, staying positive, etc. (With employee newsletter topics, I suggest staying away from "pop psychology topics" and "new age" types of stuff like "The Secret, Law of Attraction" and this sort of thing. It's not appropriate for a workplace employee health and wellness newsletter in my opinion.)
Team Building: holding better meetings, reducing conflicts, improving communication, staying cohesive, being a team player, getting more done, sharing the work, etc. (Management loves employee newsletter topics that focus on productivity and getting along better with management. Don't forget top management is your real customer. Employees are mostly the consumers of the information.)
*Improving Relationships with the Supervisor: communicating better, knowing what the supervisor wants, completing assignments, making an impression, knowing how to “read between the lines,” planning for better performance reviews, etc. (With employee newsletter topics centered about better relationships with management, this one category will have the most impact on making your program solid and desired. It will help minimize the likelihood of your services being contracted out.)
Hot Productivity and Health Topics: learning about health issues in the national news, preventive health tips, alcoholism and drug abuse, where to get more information about specific conditions; giving and getting support; practicing self-help; finding unique resources, etc.
Stress Management: using stress management tips, avoiding burnout, making self-assessments, recognizing signs and symptoms, etc. (You may wonder if employee newsletter topics related to stress should be lumped under personal fitness. I separated these articles because "stress management" is the number one most sought after and read about topic in the world of work.)
Using the Employee Assistance Program: learning about use of the EAP, confidentiality, what the EAP can do, when to use the EAP. (Employee newsletter topics that c
Workplace Safety, Injury Prevention, and Recovery: avoiding shortcuts, preventing injury, thinking safety, building a culture of safety, think about safety, getting back to work sooner, etc.
Customer Service and Related Stress: proper attitudes, dealing with difficult customer behavior, staying positive, keeping customers happy, reducing stress.