Co-workers take their work to the beach in East Lyme
East Lyme — The thing about remote work is that it can be done anywhere.
Co-workers Briana Hansen, Isabella Nematalla and Devon Hall, all from the Child & Family Agency of Southeastern CT, were using their laptops to work Thursday at McCook Beach in Niantic.
"This is how we´re being creative but still being a team," Hansen said.
She said they have mainly been working from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic but have started outdoor meetings and seeing clients in person.
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