An internal newsletter can bring a wave of cooperation and cohesiveness to your entire workforce. There’s only one catch, doing one on own is an awful, impossible chore.
Unfortunately, without a newsletter to share news, productivity, wellness, and stress tips, you’re losing out on the best, most penetrating way of reaching employees to reduce risk.
Attitude problems, disrespect, attendance problems, and difficult behaviors can be reduced with insightful articles that target performance, stress, family issues, and a positive work culture. But how in heaven’s name can you get such a newsletter without all the work?
Now, any company can have its own powerful custom newsletter. Here’s how...
How I Solved the Company Newsletter Problem
When the government of the State of New York heard about my solution, they instantly signed up for their 150,000 employees! So did the U.S. Social Security Administration. Likewise for hospitals, universities, credit unions, home health agencies, tech companies, and other employers—all sizes and shapes! It’s called FrontLine Employee.
My name is Daniel Feerst. I am an EAP consultant with a 25 year work history in EAP, mental health, management consulting, and substance abuse treatment. Years ago, I produced a workplace newsletter for my employer. Frankly, it was impossible.
Writing on weekends, collecting notes on napkins, planning, organizing, asking for ideas, polling employees (forget it!), or scouring the Internet for stories did not help. I
struggled to get it written and finished on time every month. I hated my job because of it, and procrastination was my only refuge. And then an idea hit me like a ton of bricks.
I decided to write the newsletter on weekends, give it to my employer for free, but then offer it to employers who needed a customizable, editable, but “already-done-for-you” internal newsletter that requires no work—what they always wanted.
FrontLine Employee was born. The phones started ringing. Subscriptions grew and I soon quit work to start a publishing company. After 13 years, here’s what I discovered...
Newsletters must be two-pages and have 1) internal communication, 2) wellness, and 3) productivity content. Only this format makes sense, and effectively helps unite employees and managers. This is a major benefit of FrontLine Employee.
Information on managing stress, improving communication and work efficiency, and articles on family, children, and parenting teenagers are included in FrontLine Employee.
Really meaty articles that tackle disrespect, bullying, conflicts, dealing with difficult personalities, and customer service are also included. Working more effectively with one’s supervisor, completing goals, and tips about health and personal achievement get covered.
This solution is yours FREE for three issues. There is no cost, no obligation, and no catch, but if you subscribe now, I will give you a FREE employee wellness gift worth $1,476.
Here’s What You Get With My Newsletter Service!
FrontLine Employee comes in your e-mail as a downloadable file in MS Publisher, MS Word with graphics, PDF, or plain text (MS Word). Choose any or all of these formats at no extra charge. It’s two pages, monthly, and is 100% editable and customizable. You can change it all you want. If you already have a newsletter you can use our articles sent in MS Word.
With FrontLine Employee, you have permission to add, edit, or insert your own articles, change the frequency of distribution, or move articles from one issue to the next.
Print and distribute FrontLine Employee or create a PDF for distribution on a protected web page. As an option, we are happy to customize a PDF just for you with your own name and logo before sending it. Just forward it to your employees when it arrives.
You can change the name of FrontLine Employee, too. Ask us to design a professional and awesome-looking masthead just for you. Don’t worry, you get to approve the final look!
E-mail your newsletter to employees and also family members for extra impact! Print as many hard copies as you need, and feel free to give it to your home health clients, too!
Do you have a quarterly four-page newsletter right now? If so, know this: When it comes to risk management, wellness education, productivity tips, and news, FrontLine Employee is monthly because less content delivered more frequently has a greater impact!
FrontLine Employee arrives a week before the month of issue. It’s never late. You’re never rushed getting it out. There are no embarrassingly late issues or missed issues. No one will ever ask, “Hey, what happened to that newsletter we used to get?”
4,000,000 Employees Read It…
Four million employees read FrontLine Employee. Federal agencies such as the Social Security Administration and the FBI and state governments such as New York and Washington give it to all their employees. Universities like Tufts, UMASS, California State-Davis, and the University of Texas-Austin give it to their employees, too. The list goes on.
Military installations, municipalities, home health agencies, hospitals, and employee assistance program counseling providers get FrontLine Employee—even the U.S. Small Business Administration and U.S. Air Force Academy use content from FrontLine Employee.
The U.S. House of Representatives and the Senate (both are subscribers) with over 15,000 employees use FrontLine Employee content exclusively!
You Are In Control—It’s Your Newsletter
Each issue of FrontLine Employee delivers concise, actionable information, tips, how-to’s, expert guidance, and step-by-step approaches to tackling the work-life problems employees face.
FrontLine Employee is short, sweet, and to the point. My experience shows that these types of articles get read more often. Employees stay glued to content, and they act on the tips FrontLine Employee gives them.
Your employees want to feel energized. They want hope. They want to be excited about completing goals. And they want help solving tough personal problems. So we focus on issues, not recipes and cartoons.
Employees want a workplace with high morale and where everyone treats each other with respect. They want fewer conflicts and better skills for dealing more effectively with difficult people. FrontLine Employee delivers on these topics, too.
Your employees crave the ability to get more done in less time, and they want to feel better about their boss, solve eldercare dilemmas, parent their child or teenager better, save money, worry less, be more assertive, and have better coworker relationships. Yes, we hit these topics!
▪ Managing time
▪ Resolving conflicts
▪ Organizing work
▪ Setting priorities
▪ Stopping procrastination
▪ Getting to work on time
▪ Stopping interruptions
& completing work
▪ Thinking “green”
▪ Consumer product
▪ Ideas for parenting
▪ Safety at home,
▪ Eldercare/Caregiver issues
▪ Eldercare/Caregiver issues
▪ Family stress
▪ Tips for budgeting
▪ Increasing domestic harmony
▪ Achieving work-life balance
▪ Having more energy
▪ Understanding mental
▪ Self-diagnosing conditions
▪ Seeking professional help
▪ Getting more done
▪ Improving self-awareness
▪ Learning about self-
▪ Using inspirational thinking
▪ Planning ahead
▪ And many more!
A Hotline Helps Target Issues You Want Discussed
As a subscriber, you gain access to the Subscriber E-Hotline. This advantage allows you to suggest content for future articles. What’s going on in your workplace? What’s causing
stress? If it’s important to you, it may be important to every subscriber. So let me know. I use 95% of submitted ideas. Even better, gather ideas at staff meetings and then text to: (843)-367-0920.
100% Anytime, Money-Back Guarantee!
There is simply no question that FrontLine Employee will be loved by your employees. If for any reason FrontLine Employee doesn’t surprise you with literally an overnight positive impact on your employees, or if for any reason you ever feel FrontLine Employee is not worth its weight in gold, I will gladly refund your entire subscription price—even if you are on your very last issue!
Here’s How to Order!
1) Don’t put this task aside if your motivated now! You know what happens—you risk never acting on this offer and getting upset when the date passes. Phone me personally, right now at 1-800-626-4327. I will take your order and answer questions. By the way, I answer my own phone.