The Lakeside Park News

Tips for Working from Home Effectively

Girl using her laptop to work from home with her cat

If you’re like many employees in the current era of COVID-19, you’re probably working from home right now. Many workers in many industries have been displaced from their offices and shared workspaces in an effort to curtail the spread of germs as this highly contagious virus continues to spread. For some employees, working from home…
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8 Coffee Spots for Wakefield’s Office Workers

Barista in a coffee shop serving 2 cups of coffee and a paper bag

While we don’t know if there is any truth to one donut chain’s claim that American runs on its coffee, there’s no denying that most Boston-area office workers are indeed fueled by the highly-addictive caffeinated drink. In fact, the average office professional drinks 1,040 cups of coffee per year. If you’re one of those people…
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5 Must-Attend Spring Events for Boston Small Business Owners

Entrepreneurs Networking During an event in Boston

Boston is home to one of the most progressive entrepreneurial communities in the U.S., which is largely due to the abundance of funding and human capital available here. But Boston’s small-business-friendly culture can also be attributed to the willingness of Beantown’s existing entrepreneurs to mentor and support its up-and-comers. If you’re a small business owner…
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5 Corporate Team Building Activities Near Boston Your Coworkers Will Actually WANT To Participate In

Coworkers Enjoying Team Building Activities Near Boston

If you’ve ever been part of an organization, chances are you’ve been encouraged (or forced) to participate in the occasional team building activity. Whether it was doing trust falls off of the table in the conference room or sharing fun facts about yourself while sitting in a circle with your coworkers, one thing is for…
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How to Bring Wellness into the Workplace

Employer talking about work-life balance with a corporate employee

Employee wellness isn’t just a buzzword. In fact, employee wellness programs have been linked to increased productivity and reduced absenteeism, as well as decreased healthcare and worker compensation costs for employers. More than that, when you bring wellness into the workplace, you signal to your employees that you care about their health and well-being, and…
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