Good communication is important for everything in life. Period. So of course it’s important in business.Read More
Benjamin Franklin was a morning person. He's the one who popularized the proverb, “Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise.” We would all do well to heed his advice.Read More
This time of year, you can’t help but think about Santa and his naughty and nice list. He’s a smart guy. Lists are very useful! And it turns out we make lots of lists.Read More
Toys For Tots is an organization that has been providing new Christmas toys for underprivileged children since 1947. Recently, members of our Marketing Team used their Volunteer Time Off (VTO) to spend some time helping out at the United States Marine Corps location in San Jose, CA. Toys For Tots is always a popular way for ATR employees to use their VTO.Read More
ATR is always looking for great people to join the company, are you interested? Should you be?Read More
Getting a new job is very serious business. As such, any related activities must be serious too; if you are having fun or doing something a bit lighthearted as part of the process, you must be doing it wrong! Right?Read More
Whatever the design of your company’s workspace – cubicles, open floor plan, office with a door – there are studies that suggest that some very simple things can make it better. They can improve your mood, and your productivity. They might help you become the best coworker ever.Read More
Do you often feel like you get nothing done because of constant interruptions and distractions? You're not alone.Read More
ATR's VTO, or Voluntary Time Off, Program gives each internal ATR employee 5 paid days per year that they can use to work at a charitable organization(s) of their choosing. This week we are focusing on Kamila Sobczyk and her work with the Alzheimer’s Association.Read More
o-pin-ion [uh-pin-yuh n] noun
A belief or judgment that rests on grounds insufficient to produce complete certainty.
A view or judgment formed about something, not necessarily based on fact or knowledge.
A personal view, attitude, or appraisal.