I like eating food, but I love sharing that experience with others more. These are my thoughts on eating with coworkers.
Atomic employees recently put their company values into practice by supporting a coworker — me — through tragedy.
I recently participated in the Magnify program, which presented an approach to assessing and building a thriving environment.
A toxic work environment at, best, hinders productive work and, at worst, causes real trauma to those involved.
In my previous post, I explained why we pay our software makers to blog daily. In this post, I’ll share each step of the publication process.
Among the lessons learned my first year? Company values that have heart and purpose help to create healthy boundaries for the organization.
Here at Atomic, we value feedback. We share positive feedback through a recognition program with awards we call protons.
My son Toby and I were the pilot participants in a new Bring Your Atomic Baby To Work program. We’re hoping to expand our support for working parents.
Companies play a critical role in establishing acceptance of paternity leave by creating policies that support the whole family.
Are ping-pong tables and other games at work a meaningless perk? Or, is facilitating intentional play still an important part of building team culture?
Which job do you choose? That is the age-old question. Here are three helpful tips to consider when you're a new grad trying to choose a job.
A dedicated career development manager is just one of the perks computer science grads can expect from working at a software consultancy like Atomic Object.