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1 August 2019

Remote Working

Here at Paragon, we consider ourselves pretty ahead of the curve when it comes to adopting new techniques and ways of working.

Our lives as event professionals are often busy (read: manic!), and some months we are out of the country more often than we are in it. Which means we are always looking for new ways to better manage times and processes…

Which is why (after six months of deliberation and ‘soft-trials’!) as of October 2019, our team will officially be trialling remote working!

After seeing a number of our clients and contemporaries operate in this way, we believe that the benefits of remote working will help better support our staff and our ability to continue offering the most premium events and hospitality services on the market.

Rest assured, this won’t change anything in your day-to-day interaction with the team:

You can still call the office on any week day, or call in to see us in Richmond between 9am – 6pm. If you need to speak to your account manager on the weekend or in the evening, you will still be able to access us through mobile & Whatsapp.

If you’re not sure who to speak to, or haven’t got an account manager yet, you can also access any of our team directly, through visiting our team profiles. Or just get in touch through our contact page!

Do you and your team have remote working as part of your set-up?

If you have any stories, feedback or questions, let us know. We’d love to hear from you.

 

 

Remote Working Stats

  • By 2020, it is estimated that 50% of businesses will have some form of remote working as part of their set-up
  • Remote working as been proven to increase staff productivity
  • Remote working helps support those of us with young family or dependants
  • Remote working increases motivation and lowers turnover, as individuals are able to manage their own time more effectively, without the need to stick to peak commute times.
    *As per national office of statistics 2019

Written By Katie Rogerson