Company Newsletter Templates with Good Looks and More
Effective articles and easy distribution with your own customized nameplate/masthead on a company newsletter is just the beginning!
WorkLife Excel company newsletter is written by licensed mental
health professionals with in-the-trenches workplace experience dealing hundreds of different kinds of employee problems and issues. And it shows.
This is what makes WorkLife Excel company newsletter unique along with every WorkExcel.com product.
WorkLife Excel is for the company, EAP firm, or business of any size that must have a workplace wellness company newsletter that captures its employees' imagination, instills motivation, grabs interest, and helps employees sit up, take notice and feel more excited about life.
Higher Risk Without a Company Newsletter
If you are not using a company newsletter newsletter that focuses on risk reduction and improved productivity, while keeping your employees happy and healthy, then you are missing out on an intensive and positive step to protect your company's bottom line.
You don't have to lift a finger to get the best.
WorkLife Excel company newsletter is the most effective way to improve business relationships, retain customers, help employees, reach family members, and reduce the risk and exposures associated with behaviors in the workplace that lead to many types of financial loss.
It's why the U.S. Congress, private EAP firms, and even the U.S. Small Business Administration in Washington, D.C. chose WorkLife Excel for their employees. And, as you can imagine, they had a lot of other newsletters to choose from.
If you're an EAP, Insurance Company, HR department, Safety Professional, mental health practice, or any type employee supervisor of business that wants to be remembered, there is no better way to do it than a workplace wellness and employee health newsletter.
The right newsletter also has one important ingredient. Its author has experience. And Dan Feerst, publisher of WorkLife Excel brings 30 years of experience to table.
You want your workplace wellness newsletter not to simply be a "nice thing" for employees. Instead, you want it to work hard, make an impact, promote change, and help add to your bottom line.
You want your company newsletter templates to give you flexibility to deliver the how-to's, do's and don'ts, the steps for employees to take, sources of information, and the cutting edge health tips from university news sources and press releases employees do not see, can't access, and won't seek out in their busy lives.
Even more, you want the author to use his or her experience to craft articles that resonate and have employees walking away wanting more information and thinking, "wow, that helps me."
Is sophistication and good looks important? Let's face it--sometimes it is. We have you covered. With WorkLife Excel, you will impress management decision makers, who are frequently considered your most important customers if you are internal manager, especially in HR.
WorkLife Excel is your answer to great company newsletter and easy, cost-beneficial intervention strategy for helping your employees stay happy, healthy, and productive.
Daniel Feerst, LISW, Publisher-in-Chief
Executive Editor and Founding Publisher 1-800-626-4327