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It sounds very interesting Kiran explained. I consider to have smthg like this newsletter in our organization too. If there are any samples of newsletters or interview options, please, send me too.
Thank you.

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Dear Shruti, and others
I am attaching herewith the newsletter that I take out every month.
The points to remember:
1. Have a short, crisp and catchy name for your newsletter
2. Take 2-3 more people and form an editorial team. Never take single-hand responsibility to publish news.
3. Do not publish regularly what is available on internet. Once in a while, as a filler, it is ok.
4. Encourage people to contribute their ideas and experiences. Announce prizes.
5. Decide on some regular features and stick to a format.
6. Prepare the contents keeping yourself into the shoes of employees.
7. Keep taking feedback, formally or informally, so that you can improve your newsletter.
Good luck.

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I have to work on an HR Awareness campaign and I don't know how to start with it and what all needs to be included in it. Pls advise.
Also, been asked to prepare a Newsletter-to let people now about the initiatives and announcements realted to HR. Looking for some really nice formats and suggestions to work on this piece of of work.

Hi All, I need to prepare a short story for a start up company (5 months) old come, can any body help me plss.. Regards RG
Hi Shruthi,
Can you clarify the purpose of the newsletter, industry/sector and the audience please?
I have worked on conceptualizing and creating content for corporate newsletters, and find the reference to animations a bit confusing.
- Amit

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