Thursday, December 30, 2010

Writer's Block Obliteration & Destruction Tip #1

Okay here's the first of many ideas for you about how to break the dreaded writers block. Try the "Syncopated Walk":

How to do it:
Take a small notebook and pen with you and set out on a walk. Try to take a path you have never been down before, so that the sights will be fresh and different. Observe as you go, and every five minutes, stop to write something—anything—down. When you return to your workspace, use the most intriguing material to get you started on something bigger. Click here to get a free fax-back brochure for FrontLine Employee, the only fully editable, reproducible, web-usable, re-nameable, customizable, employee wellness and company communication newsletter in existence. You company newsletter is made easier by having super employee newsletter articles read to use or edit. And you can also get your own employee newsletter name and employee newsletter template.

Thursday, December 9, 2010

Newsletter Topic to Consider

If you visit workforce.com, you will find a place where you can visit a forum where HR managers make posts and read posts about all sorts of problems. This is valuable stuff for your newsletter because it tells shows you in black and white and with numbers the concerns human resource managers have. Simply cruse the topics for discussion and hit the back post topics too. See what post topics are getting the he most "views". These are the concerns, arguably that HR managers have most on their minds. See if you can't create content around them. Here are only ten, but subjects over 2000 views number about 50.

Top Ten:
Text Messaging Policies and Issues
Employees Who Are Always a Little Late
Managing Mentally Ill Employees
Divorce and It's Affect on Workers
Unusual Bathroom Habits Due to Culture or Religion
Employees Bringing Children to Work
Stealing and Lying Employees
Childcare Referral Issues
Tips for Success in HR in Working with Managers and
Employees
Time Management

Can you imagine any articles? I can!

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