Job burnout. It happens. You notice that former star employees are now struggling just to get the bare minimum of work done. Your team doesn’t seem to be getting along, people are snapping at each other. Or they seem to just be going through the motions without their usual enthusiasm. Sick days are up, productivity is down. Burnout is a frustrating situation for employers and employees alike. If it’s not addressed, someone usually quits, and losing a good worker is something no team can afford to do!Read More
ATR International is headquartered in Silicon Valley, which means those who work here have been fortunate to experience first-hand the amazing success the Golden State Warriors have had the last few years, including winning back-to-back NBA Championships. Full disclosure, I am a huge Warriors fan and ATR has also partnered with the Warriors Foundation on charitable endeavors.
That said, What I’m writing about here isn’t the result of bias or being a fan. Championship teams make people ask – how did they do it? And, can we do it too? I think that’s true of any champion.Read More
As the Chief Diversity Relations Officer of ATR, the fall season is always the most exciting time of the year for me because of the annual National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) conference. Last year, ATR International had the honor of receiving the prestigious Supplier of the Year award. As we look forward to returning to this year’s conference in Austin, it’s a natural time to reflect on the NMSDC and its impact on our growth and success.Read More
We know growing a minority business is difficult because we’ve been there. We’ve gone through those days of uncertainty and struggle and have come out on the other side better for it. While all that pressure and hard work led to tremendous success, we would have loved a helping hand during that time. That’s why we strive to mentor those within the minority business community, reaching out to smaller and growing MBEs that are working through the same growing pains we once did while aspiring to reach our current level of success.Read More
Sunnyvale, CA – ATR International, a leading staffing and consulting firm specializing in IT and engineering, has announced the promotion of Andrea Brenholz to the role of CEO/President. In her new role, Andrea will oversee ATR operations as a whole while ensuring the alignment of business goals with departmental activities. As a top female executive and minority business leader, she is also the face of ATR’s diverse organization.Read More
Sunnyvale, CA – ATR International, a leading staffing and consulting firm specializing in IT and engineering, has reached its 30th anniversary. Founded on September 14th, 1988, by Jerry Brenholz and Maria Novoa-Brenholz, the organization has grown to become a trusted partner to Fortune 500 companies while placing over 35,000 people in jobs that make a difference.Read More
For more than 30 years, our successes at ATR have been driven by our team of dedicated staffing professionals. Our people are at the core of everything we do. With this in mind, our Employee Spotlight series is offering a behind-the-scenes look at the people who make our ATR family great. This month, Josh Seliner, Recruiting Manager, is taking us backstage to learn more about life at ATR.
Last week, ATR International celebrated 30 years in business. Yes, 30 years!
It’s an achievement earned by each of us at ATR working together to serve our clients and our consultants. We’re a little bit proud about it! It was earned each day, one at a time, for the past 30 years. To celebrate the occasion, Staffing 360 sat down with ATR’s co-founders Jerry Brenholz and Maria Novoa Brenholz to talk about running a staffing business, how things have changed, and more.Read More
This month ATR International celebrates its 30th anniversary! It’s an achievement we’re very proud of. It’s also a testament to the great work the people of ATR have been doing for three decades – and counting. Staffing 360 launched seven years ago as a way to share our knowledge and connect with others in the industry. Our hope is that, in some way, we make working in this industry a little easier for everyone. At least that’s our hope!Read More
Minority-owned businesses such as ours face a lot of pressure. We’re often in the spotlight as representatives of an entire community. It takes hard work, as one mistake can be a blemish on other MBEs, which make up 29% of businesses in the U.S. As you focus on growing your minority-owned business, there are a number of things to keep in mind to ensure success, all of which have been utilized at ATR.Read More