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The FrontLine Employee and WorkLife Excel Story

Here are two newsletters that are easy to read, simple, punchy, and powerful. We focused like a laser beam on content using our 30 years of experience in the employee assistance and work/life fields. We then produced the most effective content-driven newsletters with articles so unique that employee's think we are reading their minds. But of course, we aren't. We just know what issues they're facing because we've worked with employee and family issues for so long.

FrontLine Employee and WorkLife Excel articles include fresh content that target improved productivity, better living, "right thinking", emotional common sense, reduced stress, goal attainment, better relationships, and work/life balance. But articles also help reduce behavioral risk to your work organization. All of this is to say that FrontLine Employee and WorkLife Excel are everything you want in an employee newsletter.

We examined every newsletter option available to companies, and then went to work to produce these newsletters. Frankly, that's why the U.S. Congress chose WorkLife Excel for its 12,000 employees. You can  it by CLICKING HERE. (Wait a few seconds for the pdf to load.)

Both newsletters are two pages, not four. That decision was purposeful. It means they get fully read. It's easy to distribute monthly. You can mix articles with FrontLine Employee, add your own articles, or save articles for future use. Do you already have a newsletter for employees, but find it a bear to come up with content? Stop mad searches for content. You can use our articles in your publication. We are your last stop to solve this problem. Simply choose the "text only" version of FrontLine Employee.

During the year, both newsletters target twelve different personal and workplace productivity issues we have personally identified as keys boosting morale, productivity, and job satisfaction. They include:
  • Workplace communication: conflict, personality issues, dealing with difficult people, attitude problems, issues, and "ulterior motives" of coworkers, etc.
  • Worker productivity tips: time management, organization, setting priorities, procrastination, etc.
  • Family, home, and community issues: teenagers, family stress, conflict, work-life balance, ADHD, etc.
  • Personal fitness and emotional wellness: Exercise tips, getting more energy, depression, emotional wellness
  • Personal effectiveness and goal achievement: planning your career, getting more done, planning for retirement, New Year's resolutions, managing money
  • Team building: Tips on better meetings, reducing conflict, improving communication, about cohesiveness, being a team player, etc.
  • Improving relationships with supervisors: communication, knowing what your supervisor wants, completing assignments , making an impression
  • Hot productivity and health topics: health issues in the news, ideas, etc.
  • Stress management: ongoing tips, avoiding burnout, self-assessment,
  • [with our Employee Assistance Program version] EAP education, confidentiality, what EAPs do, when to use your EAP
  • Workplace safety tips and injury prevention: Avoiding dangerous short-cuts, injury prevention, thinking safety, building a culture of safety, how to influence peers so they think safety, too
  • Customer service: difficult attitudes, difficult customers, peak performance, staying positive, keeping customers happy, reducing your own stress, changing your thinking about customers
       ...we've written over 800 articles on the topics shown above--place your subscription order online right now and get 15 months instead of 12, and get a FREE gift!.
Subscribers to WorkLife Excel:
  • Hospitals
  • Private Industries
  • State Governments
  • Municipalities
  • the entire U.S. Congress staff of 12,000 employees
Subscribers to FrontLine Employee:
  • Universities
  • Mental Health Centers
  • State Governments
  • Canadian companies
  • International companies
  • Private Practices in Mental Health
  • Research and Technology firms