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"We enjoy your articles each month and I thank you. I can't say enough about the two FrontLine publications we subscribe to. We are a small company who is a provider of EAP services to small and medium companies."

Marylee Nunley, V.P. of Operations
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Recent Issues of FrontLine Employee...Below

November 2007 Employee Newsletter
  • Bullying in the Workplace;
  • Preventing Burnout;
  • Anger at Work;
  • Heart Health in Relationships;
  • How to Be a Star Performer;
  • Caution to Prevent Violence in Health Care Jobs;
  • Stopping Smoking;
  • Financial Stress and Health Effects

December 2007 Employee Newsletter
  • Compulsive Shopping;
  • Making the Holidays More Positive;
  • Earth Friendly Gift Giving; Depression and Retirement;
  • Power of Gratitude;
  • Power of Delegating;
  • Sexual Harassment is More Than You Think;
  • Easy Places to Cut Spending

January 2008 Employee Newsletter
  • Building Your Immunity to Criticism;
  • Adapting to Technology;
  • Paying Attention to Positive Feedback;
  • Preventing Internet Harassment; Dealing with a Mentally Ill Family Member;
  • Overcoming Shyness;
  • Eating Right, Exercising;
  • Planning for Setbacks;
  • Using Office Politics as a Positive Force

February 2008 Employee Newsletter
  • Finding Answers in Self-help Groups;
  • Battling Against Sleep a No Win;
  • Developing a Safety Culture in Your Organization;
  • Avoid Illness from Work Stress;
  • About Panic Attacks;
  • Families Fighting to Fit in All the Activities;
  • Attitude Changing Secrets;
  • Nurturing Your Creative Juices

March 2008 Employee Newsletter
  • Getting along with a new coworker;
  • Powerful Ways to Use Your 10 Minute Break;
  • Getting a Superior Performance Rating;
  • Valuing Diversity;
  • Don't Burn Bridges If You Resign;
  • Workplace Coaching Tips for the Coached;
  • Addiction Intervention: Focus on Responsibility Not Blame;
  • National Politics: Protocols for Office Talk

April 2008 Employee Newsletter
  • Plugging into a Positive Mental Attitude;
  • Relationship Issues Compound Financial Stress; Parents:
  • Talk about Prescription Drug Abuse with Teens;
  • Avoiding Trigger-happy E-mails;
  • Powerfully Respectful Workplaces;
  • Sell Yourself First, Then Your Ideas;
  • Thirty Days to a New Habit--Really!?;
  • Avoiding Accidents with the Elderly

May 2008 Employee Newsletter
  • When Teamwork Is Not Your Thing;
  • Don't Be a Perfectionist;
  • Put Green Plants in Your Office;
  • National Employee Health and Fitness Day;
  • Soft Skills with Hard Returns;
  • Next Time You'll Be Assertive;
  • Planning Against Gang Recruitment;
  • Bouncing Back with Resiliency

June 2008 Employee Newsletter  (released May 19th, 2008)
  • Walk for Your Health (and Your Wallet);
  • Add Power to Your Job Interview;
  • Intervening Early with Coworker Conflicts;
  • Hazards Around the House;
  • Project Management for Fun and Profit;
  • Your First Appointment with a Professional Counselor;
  • Attitude Adjustment Power

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