Why own shares in a company with a goal of being 100 years old? You definitely shouldn’t be hoping for a big payday when
Having decided to take the bold step of becoming an employee-owned company, written up a prospectus, determined a valuation, and heard “yes” from seven interested
We’ve said for the last six years that Atomic’s vision is to be a 100-year-old firm. Our vision has helped us make decisions and invest
Glue work is stuff that needs doing, but falls outside of a job description. It can be critically important, but isn’t any specific person’s responsibility.
This post is the second in a six-part series on Atomic Object’s ownership and the non-ESOP approach we took to gradually shift from a founder-owned
In 2007, when Atomic Object was six years old, I decided I wanted to broaden our ownership base to include employees. In 2009, we executed
I’m a long time from leaving the company I started. There are problems to solve, things to learn, and new opportunities every day. Atomic Object
We’ve long observed that Q4 tended to be a heavy-hitter on paid vacation time, but I was surprised by the distinct seasonality pattern I found