Employee Newsletter Sample #1
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Daniel Feerst, LISW, Publisher
KEY POINT #1: FrontLine Employee is used with MS Publisher or MS Word. It is dead simple to manipulate and change. Edit articles, add your own articles, insert photos, rename the newsletter to one you like better or one that staff in your work organization vote on. I suggest having a contest to name it. And don't worry about a copyright. It's not on my newsletter. I only require that the newsletter not be resold. If you don't need a newsletter, and instead only need the content, you're just like 50% of our subscribers--we send text only in MS Word!
 
As you can see, FrontLine Employee is a simple graphic display so it works well with MS Word and MS Publisher. Articles however are anything but simple. They are short and punchy, but each is written by pros and approved by licensed professionals to grab youu employees' attention and leave them with powerful new ideas and tips on common irritating problems that cause hassles for them at home and in the workplace.

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Debra Ontiveros, Director
WellConnect
El Paso, TX


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Child and Family Service - Hawaii

Honolulu, Hawaii


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Southern New Hampshire Medical Center
Nashua, New Hampshire

 

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Resource Management Services
Peoria, Illinois

 

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Network Services Centre
St.
Michael, Barbados

 

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University of Connecticut
Farmington, CT

 

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Puget Sound Naval Shipyard
Bremerton, Washington

 

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EAP Network
Taunton, Massachusetts


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One Feather Consulting, LLC
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Solutions, Inc
Meriden, Connecticut

 

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Tallahasee Memorial Hospital
Tallahasee, Florida

 

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Lincoln, Nebraska

 

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RMS, Inc.
Peoria, Illinois

 

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U.S. Postal Service

Omaha, Nebraska

 

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EAP Network
Taunton, Massachusetts


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Ken Sipes, Director
United Family Services EAP
Charlotte, North Carolina


Dan, thanks for all your help. Your products continue to make us look good.


Frank R. Horton, CEAP, President

FHA Assciates, LLC

Workplace Consulting and Counseling


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Family Services Woodfield
Bridgeport
, CT