Paragon takes on Colorado Springs
The Paragon team recently traveled to Colorado Springs for our annual offsite and to celebrate Paragon’s 10th anniversary, and it was an experience of a lifetime! Not only di
How Well Do You Know Paragon: Workplace Astrology Edition
How well do you know your Paragon PR team? When it comes to the workplace, everyone operates differently, and zodiac signs help us define our strengths, weaknesses, desires and fea
Paragon Pets: Match the Pet to the Paragonian
At Paragon, we take any opportunity we can get to boast about our pets. Therefore, in the spirit of National Pet Day (4/9), we asked the team to share the cutest picture of their f
Attack of the Bitmojis: Who’s Who? 🏆
Code red! Paragon has been taken over by Bitmojis… again! Can you help us figure out who’s real and who’s a Bit in disguise? Vote for the employee that looks the
What matters… in black and white
Tweeting about serious issues like racism is easy. Creating content that positions a brand as ethical is also a (socially distanced) walk in the park. But making a real difference
We’re All in This Together – The Battle for Equality
Which professional has the better chance of getting a job? An LGBTQ female graduate, a 30-year old African-American, or a 55 year-old caucasian male? The answer may not be so easy.
The “Final Four” Tips for Business PR
Whether you’re a lifelong college basketball fan or just looking to test your luck with some friendly office competition, March Madness is an exciting change-up to your daily rou
Will your firm encourage gender equality after March?
As women’s history month winds down in the US, UK, Australia and elsewhere around the world, it’s a good time to reflect on the diversity efforts in your organization. Many com
Full-time work and grad school: It’s possible!
“An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.” – Benjamin Franklin If you’re fortunate enough to work for an employer that genuinely encourages your professional and
[INFOGRAPHIC] A guide to corporate philanthropy
“Good actions give strength to ourselves and inspire good actions in others.” – Plato The “good action” of philanthropy should be a priority for any company t