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How to convince your employer to pay for coworking

By Nicole Cosme | September 21, 2023
a young woman focused on her work, demonstrating the benefit of coworking

If you want to convince your boss to pay for coworking, you’ll need to demonstrate the benefits that coworking has to offer. In this blog, we’ll explore six reasons you can present to your boss on why coworking is a good investment for them. These benefits include boosting productivity, enhancing work-life balance, fostering collaboration, and more.

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Need an Office for a Day? A Week? On-Demand? Look No Further than Coworking Spaces

By Dan Moriarty | September 12, 2023
Private Office wing at Groundwork

In a world where flexibility, efficiency, and convenience are paramount, finding the perfect workspace can be a real challenge, especially for those who travel for business or work remotely. Whether you just need a break from the isolation of WFH or you’re constantly on the move and need a productive space to take calls or bang out emails, finding an ideal workspace is more crucial than ever.

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Evan Colbert encourages us to explore our truth

By Nicole Cosme | September 6, 2023

“I’m trying to listen more to what I actually need instead of what all of the self care “gurus” are trying to sell me. Right now that looks like finding some alone time and exploring creativity.”

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Members share the best books for a good laugh

By Nicole Cosme | August 7, 2023
A man laughing while reading a book

With all the worry over wars, pandemics, and the economy, sometimes we all just need a good laugh. So we asked Groundwork members to offer suggestions for books to read when you need a good laugh. Here is what they said:

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Outsourced Pt. 2: Boom & Bust | The South Coast’s Textile Industry

By Dan Moriarty | July 31, 2023
textile industry

Part 2 of the Outsourced series details the innovations, strikes, and decline of South Coast’s Textile Industry.

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Coworking: What do the Scholars Say?

By Dan Moriarty | July 20, 2023
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Having just transitioned out of grad school, I was curious what scholars had to say about coworking. The study of coworking can be taken from so many different angles. Economists and planners can study it from an economic development perspective. At the same time, psychologists can approach it through the lens of workers’ mental health. For this blog, I found a study on the latter.

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A Tribute to Fall River History: the stories behind our meeting room names

By Nicole Cosme | July 18, 2023

“Fall River was literally built from its ground up, and that is just how Groundwork operates, seeking to build real and lasting connections right here in the community. To me, the message is clear. Start where you are and with what you have. Fall River Granite, in particular, emphasizes building a foundation, whether cathedrals or community, right where you stand.”

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Lauren Cournoyer shares productivity tips for the neurodivergent

By Nicole Cosme | July 10, 2023

“I LOVE learning new things, but I have to hold myself back so I can learn just what I need to do my job and serve my clients to the best of my ability.”

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Outsourced: Globalization, Textiles, and The South Coast [Pt.1]

By Dan Moriarty | July 3, 2023
textile

This blog is part one of a series covering the history of the South Coast’s textile industry and the downstream impacts on labor, social capital, and community cohesion. Always home to dynamism, innovation, grit, and resilience, the South Coast continues to push forward. From whaling and textiles to fishing and now offshore wind, we have seen booms and busts, we may get knocked down, but we always get back up.

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Beyond the Brand: Creating an immersive and cohesive customer experience

By Nicole Cosme | June 22, 2023

Creating a successful brand goes beyond the superficial look of your company or its catchy tagline. Your brand should encompass the entire customer experience, as it plays a vital role in shaping how people engage with your company, how much they trust it, and ultimately how much they are willing to pay for its products or services.

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