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Email Newsletters for Staffing Agencies



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Your email newsletter includes articles and engaging content selected for your staffing agency.
We prepare your staffing agency newsletter and send it for you. Free and paid plans available.
Includes a top-page message plus two custom ads from you to promote your staffing agency.
Your staffing agency email newsletter includes automated posts to your business Facebook page.
Your staffing agency email list is protected, secure, backed up, never shared, and never sold.
Everything is managed week to week so you can focus your time growing your staffing agency.

Staffing Agency Email Newsletter



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Greetings,

Need temporary help now? Temporary or long term, we have the skilled and talented workers ready to dive in and get working on day one. Let us prove it to you, first day free.
Charlene Rice
Rice Staffing
4014 Pheasant Ridge Road
Philadelphia, PA 19139
Talent Focus
Articles, tips, and ideas focused on hiring, interviewing and business success.
Oct 20, 2021
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Why Employees Are Your Smartest Long-Term Investment
In business, there are what I call “microquakes” and “macroquakes”. The former are low-intensity events, rarely felt beyond their epicenter (the place of business or area in which it occurs). These might include, say, electrical …
Entrepreneur
How Can You Spot Really Bad Managers? They Do Any of These 5 Terrible Things
There are certain management behaviors and habits that plague businesses and keep them from realizing their true potential for profit …
Inc.
Looking for a Career?
Our success depends upon yours.
Minimize Brand Damage When Disgruntled Employees Stir the Pot
It's not quite Cancel Culture, but there's been a sharp increase in disgruntled employees over the past few months, causing quite a stir …
Inc
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Productive ways to set yourself up for having better ‘bad’ days
I'm writing from the in-between. I'm not doing great, sure, but I'm not doing bad. I'm not staring at the wall blankly, for example\ …
Fast Company
5 Ways to Improve Self-Confidence As a New Manager
Many people start in business on the bottom rung of the professional ladder. With time and experience, they gradually climb that ladder …
The Startup Magazine
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A transactional approach to power
Transactional has become something of a dirty word in the business world. It suggests a short-term, one-off mindset and a commoditized …
Strategy+Business
How Companies Can Improve Employee Engagement Right Now
As the world stumbles toward a Covid-19 recovery, experts warn of a surge of voluntary employee departures, dubbed the "Great …
Harvard Business Review
Cartoon
"I'm not disabled or differently-abled or specially-abled or exceptionally-abled. I'm an accountant in a wheelchair."
Copyright © Randy Glasbergen
What Year Was It?
Guggenheim Museum Opens in New York City
What Year
On New York City's Fifth Avenue, thousands of people line up outside a bizarrely shaped white concrete building. It was opening day at the new Guggenheim Museum, home to one of the world's top collections of contemporary art.
The day was Oct 21. What year was it?
Quote of the Week
"Success is going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm."
Winston Churchill
Trivia
In economics, what type of commodity is a Giffen good which violates a cardinal law?
See the answer below.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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An engaging and memorable newsletter name, using a font to match your brand, will keep you top of mind with your readers. You can use "Talent Focus" for you newsletter name, or any name you wish. Click the color boxes to see font options.

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Why Does Email Marketing Work?

Week after week, your staffing agency newsletter will consistently reinforce your brand message.
You enhance your credibility and trust by sharing informative and entertaining information.
The leading-edge newsletter design looks perfect on computers, tablets, and phones.
The frequency of your engaging staffing agency newsletter will keep you top-of-mind year-round.
By sharing information, your clients view you and your staff as advisers or mentors.
Your clients will think of your staffing agency first when asked for a recommendation.