E-Newsletters

Content you share with your audience needs to be (1) perceived as valuable (2) delivered on a regular basis (3) and cumulative by building on what was sent before.

Electronic Newsletters are an effective and affordable way to keep you top-of-mind with the people you are calling on. The content of our electronic newsletters is focused on the end user and helps to position you as a thought leader. All aspects of the product including content curation, design, and distribution are handled by our team. Clients can contribute articles if they choose to. The newsletter delivers from a client email address. A client portal is provided for list management. Source files are provided for social and digital marketing integration. Frequency of delivered newsletters are determined by each client.

Newsletter Examples

HR Insights

Survey Says! What Workers Want from Their Work
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December 2017, Vol. V, Issue XII
 
 
 
 

What 2,700 U.S. Workers Want from Their Work

As we inch closer to the end of the year, it's natural to reflect on what we are grateful for in life. Many workers, it turns out, are not including their job on their gratitude list this year. How do we know? Gallup’s State of the American Workplace report found more than half (51%) of workers are actively searching for new jobs.


Hiring the Wrong Salespeople Costs More Than You Think

The costs of hiring the wrong salesperson stack up. Combinations of time, money, and resources are invested with little or no return on the employer’s investment. Few people would argue otherwise. In fact, according to an Undercover Recruiter article, the average bottom line cost of a bad hire is $840,000 over the course of two and a half years. Hiring the wrong salesperson is even more costly than most positions.
 

IRS Says ACA Employer Mandate Penalties Coming

The IRS quietly revised its FAQ on employer shared responsibility provisions under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in November, adding a bombshell statement that it plans to inform employers of their “potential liability for an employer shared responsibility payment, if any, in late 2017.”

National Origin Discrimination

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We interviewed a candidate who had the right type and length of experience but spoke with a thick accent. Is it okay to reject a candidate because their accent made it difficult to understand them?
AR Mazzotta Employment Specialists
160 Broad Street
Middletown, CT 06457
USA
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Labor & Industrial Insights

Lessons from the Harvey Weinstein Scandal
November 2017, Vol. III, Issue V
 
 
 
 

Lessons from the Harvey Weinstein Scandal

The allegations of outrageous conduct against former film studio executive Harvey Weinstein have dominated the news for more than two weeks. If the allegations are true, Weinstein represents the quintessential "superstar" harasser–the high earning, successful leader whose bad behavior is tolerated because of his perceived value to the corporation.

What 2,700 U.S. Workers Want from Their Work

As we inch closer to Thanksgiving, it’s only natural to reflect on what we are grateful for. Many workers, it turns out, are not including their job on their gratitude list this year. How do we know? Gallup’s State of the American Workplace report found more than half (51%) of workers are actively searching for new jobs.
 

Ask These 8 Questions to Fix Employee Turnover

Employee turnover is affecting every organization in every industry from Iowa to India, from California to China. It doesn’t seem to matter if you are a small company or a multi-national, whether you’re selling food, clothes, and technology or providing healthcare to patients. Employee turnover is a growing problem.

That begs the question: Why do employees leave?

5 Tips for Crisis Management in the Digital Age

Crisis management is a tool many leaders keep in their toolkit, but secretly hope they never need to use on a grand scale. While minor situations arise regularly in the course of business, larger scale issues can end careers and destroy entire corporate profiles if handled incorrectly.
The Arnold Group
530 S. Topeka
Wichita, KS 67202
United States
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Employee / Candidate Newsletter

Follow Your Passion AND Your Personality for Job Success
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November 2017, Vol. II, Issue VIII
 
 
 
 

Thank You

On Thanksgiving, many of us will spend time with our family dining and counting our blessings.

At a very early age, we all learned the importance of saying thank you. In fact when we were younger, our parents hung on our every word, making sure we always said please and thank you at the appropriate times.

Now that we’re in the working world, I wonder if we’re complicating the act of saying thank you.  I’ve seen articles talking about the right people to thank, the best time to thank them, and the proper way to express thanks.

Is it possible people are spending so much time planning a thank you that they’re missing the opportunity?

 

Follow Your Passion AND Your Personality for Job Success

Would you continue at your current job if you were no longer paid to do it? If not, what would you be willing to do without pay? Finding one’s passion will inspire you even without pay, but it isn’t the only thing you need to be engaged and successful in your work. In this article, I’ll explore how personality analysis can help each person find jobs they love and that they are good at.

Why Aren’t You Getting Promoted?

You think you’re pretty good at your job. And yet, for some reason, it seems some of your coworkers are climbing the corporate ladder in a heartbeat, while you’re not. They’re getting pats on the back. They’re getting recognized. They’re getting the jobs you want. What’s up?
United Personnel
1331 Main Street
Springfield, MA 01103-1669
USA
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