January is National Mentoring Month. Enjoy this column from ATR International co-founder Jerry Brenholz.Read More
I’m excited for 2019! Why?
Those who know me personally might say that I’m generally excited for things! I’m enthusiastic by nature and try to look at life in the most positive way (without being crazily unrealistic of course). But I am genuinely excited about this coming year.
So, again, why? Because there are so many interesting and exciting things happening!Read More
The Golden Globe Awards Ceremony is always fun to watch, but I especially loved this year’s broadcast because of one incredibly powerful and inspiring moment. With millions of people watching, as Regina King accepted her award for best supporting actress, she chose to use this important moment to address a systemic issue felt in Hollywood and across the country. That issue is gender equality.Read More
2018 was a great year, full of activity in the staffing industry and other sectors that we operate in. It was a huge year for ATR, one that saw longtime employee Andrea Brenholz promoted to the position of CEO/President. As we reflect on last year’s accomplishments, big wins, and memories, we also wanted to take this opportunity to showcase five of our favorite thought leadership blog posts from Andrea.Read More
January is National Mentoring Month and a great way to kick off 2019. We’re all looking for guidance in our professional and personal lives these days, especially in an era that puts a lot of pressure on getting ahead and reaping the rewards of diligently following established best practices. Mentorship can be a beautiful thing that helps you grow and achieve your goals, but there are many ways to view and pursue mentorship in business and in life.Read More
As a Hispanic woman with years of experience working in Silicon Valley, I’ve had the opportunity to connect with many female and minority professionals. Recently, I was promoted to the role of CEO/President of ATR, something I’ve worked towards my entire life. Recognizing the power of my new position, I find it more important than ever to provide support for women and minorities in tech and beyond.Read More