The future of work has arrived. So has Atlas.

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CPBTZ
June 1, 2022
Rick Hammell

As people who work in the HR space, we have all heard a lot about the future of work. Trend projections, think pieces, product launches; we have seen change coming but it has all felt incomplete or far away. I am personally excited today because when I look around at what is happening in our industry I can truly see that the future of work has arrived.

Time and geography are no longer limits to opportunity. Workers have a broader access to opportunities than they have ever had in human history. This shift is just beginning to be felt, and should only motivate all of us to continue to expand and enable this access.  

Businesses are waking up to new opportunities too. In order to be competitive, employers have had to learn to be more flexible. Companies of any size can now be borderless, accessing talent not just regionally but in every corner of the world and taking themselves from a local startup to a global business in a matter of days, not years. Overall the reach and impact of entrepreneurship is growing in exciting ways we are only beginning to understand.

It is important that we recognize, though, that these changes did not happen in a vacuum. As we become more connected, change ripples more quickly across the globe. If we have learned anything over the past few years in our industry it is that uncertainty and change are to be expected, but they are not insurmountable when we work together. Most importantly, the best thing we can do in any given situation is to dedicate ourselves to making a difference in the challenges we see in front of us in this very moment.

I know we have all been thinking about this a lot in so many ways through the past few years - how can I make a difference? It is something I ask myself constantly. It is the question that brought me to found Elements Global Services when I saw businesses struggling to navigate their way to becoming global, and it is the question that brings us to another exciting moment today as we announce our evolution into a new company: Atlas.

A connected world can bring uncertainty, as we have all seen, but it also creates so much exciting potential to change the lives of individuals. We have oriented Atlas around bringing that expanded potential as effortlessly as possible to people and the businesses they work for. We talk about this as Human Experience Management - simplifying global people operations with unified software and solutions that guide companies on their growth journeys. We enable driven business leaders to compete in a borderless world, and extend opportunity to those who did not have it before.

You will see this mission baked into all of our offerings. As the largest Direct Employer of Record, we are making the world a lot smaller and easier to navigate by leveraging our expertise in over 160 countries to simplify our customers’ ability to access talent while helping to support sustainable communities around the world through a single platform.

And we have designed our brand to celebrate this stronger and truer expression of the mission upon which we have built our business. As we help support global ambitions, the word Atlas recalls the ancient myth of our namesake, but updated for modern times. Our signature "a" holds aloft three dots representing our focus on supporting customers, Atlas people and worksite employees. The upward, elevating gesture of our wordmark represents the rising aspirations of our clients and their employees. Our color palette reflects our vibrance, optimism, and accessibility. And our system is clean so that our tools and solutions can take center stage.

There is so much left to be done. Just because the future of work has arrived at our doorstep does not mean we have all figured out what to do with it yet. The hard work begins today, of finding our way in this new future, and making sure that we are all able to make the most of it. To that end, we as Atlas, and I personally, owe a deep debt of gratitude to everyone who has helped inspire us as we clarify, test, and recommit to our mission. Our dedicated Atlas teammates, our accomplished partners, our ambitious clients, and the talented employees they hire all around the world; I dedicate our company, and our brand, to you.

The future of work has arrived. So has Atlas.

Blog
CPBTZ
June 1, 2022
Rick Hammell

As people who work in the HR space, we have all heard a lot about the future of work. Trend projections, think pieces, product launches; we have seen change coming but it has all felt incomplete or far away. I am personally excited today because when I look around at what is happening in our industry I can truly see that the future of work has arrived.

Time and geography are no longer limits to opportunity. Workers have a broader access to opportunities than they have ever had in human history. This shift is just beginning to be felt, and should only motivate all of us to continue to expand and enable this access.  

Businesses are waking up to new opportunities too. In order to be competitive, employers have had to learn to be more flexible. Companies of any size can now be borderless, accessing talent not just regionally but in every corner of the world and taking themselves from a local startup to a global business in a matter of days, not years. Overall the reach and impact of entrepreneurship is growing in exciting ways we are only beginning to understand.

It is important that we recognize, though, that these changes did not happen in a vacuum. As we become more connected, change ripples more quickly across the globe. If we have learned anything over the past few years in our industry it is that uncertainty and change are to be expected, but they are not insurmountable when we work together. Most importantly, the best thing we can do in any given situation is to dedicate ourselves to making a difference in the challenges we see in front of us in this very moment.

I know we have all been thinking about this a lot in so many ways through the past few years - how can I make a difference? It is something I ask myself constantly. It is the question that brought me to found Elements Global Services when I saw businesses struggling to navigate their way to becoming global, and it is the question that brings us to another exciting moment today as we announce our evolution into a new company: Atlas.

A connected world can bring uncertainty, as we have all seen, but it also creates so much exciting potential to change the lives of individuals. We have oriented Atlas around bringing that expanded potential as effortlessly as possible to people and the businesses they work for. We talk about this as Human Experience Management - simplifying global people operations with unified software and solutions that guide companies on their growth journeys. We enable driven business leaders to compete in a borderless world, and extend opportunity to those who did not have it before.

You will see this mission baked into all of our offerings. As the largest Direct Employer of Record, we are making the world a lot smaller and easier to navigate by leveraging our expertise in over 160 countries to simplify our customers’ ability to access talent while helping to support sustainable communities around the world through a single platform.

And we have designed our brand to celebrate this stronger and truer expression of the mission upon which we have built our business. As we help support global ambitions, the word Atlas recalls the ancient myth of our namesake, but updated for modern times. Our signature "a" holds aloft three dots representing our focus on supporting customers, Atlas people and worksite employees. The upward, elevating gesture of our wordmark represents the rising aspirations of our clients and their employees. Our color palette reflects our vibrance, optimism, and accessibility. And our system is clean so that our tools and solutions can take center stage.

There is so much left to be done. Just because the future of work has arrived at our doorstep does not mean we have all figured out what to do with it yet. The hard work begins today, of finding our way in this new future, and making sure that we are all able to make the most of it. To that end, we as Atlas, and I personally, owe a deep debt of gratitude to everyone who has helped inspire us as we clarify, test, and recommit to our mission. Our dedicated Atlas teammates, our accomplished partners, our ambitious clients, and the talented employees they hire all around the world; I dedicate our company, and our brand, to you.

The future of work has arrived. So has Atlas.

Blog
CPBTZ
June 1, 2022
Rick Hammell

As people who work in the HR space, we have all heard a lot about the future of work. Trend projections, think pieces, product launches; we have seen change coming but it has all felt incomplete or far away. I am personally excited today because when I look around at what is happening in our industry I can truly see that the future of work has arrived.

Time and geography are no longer limits to opportunity. Workers have a broader access to opportunities than they have ever had in human history. This shift is just beginning to be felt, and should only motivate all of us to continue to expand and enable this access.  

Businesses are waking up to new opportunities too. In order to be competitive, employers have had to learn to be more flexible. Companies of any size can now be borderless, accessing talent not just regionally but in every corner of the world and taking themselves from a local startup to a global business in a matter of days, not years. Overall the reach and impact of entrepreneurship is growing in exciting ways we are only beginning to understand.

It is important that we recognize, though, that these changes did not happen in a vacuum. As we become more connected, change ripples more quickly across the globe. If we have learned anything over the past few years in our industry it is that uncertainty and change are to be expected, but they are not insurmountable when we work together. Most importantly, the best thing we can do in any given situation is to dedicate ourselves to making a difference in the challenges we see in front of us in this very moment.

I know we have all been thinking about this a lot in so many ways through the past few years - how can I make a difference? It is something I ask myself constantly. It is the question that brought me to found Elements Global Services when I saw businesses struggling to navigate their way to becoming global, and it is the question that brings us to another exciting moment today as we announce our evolution into a new company: Atlas.

A connected world can bring uncertainty, as we have all seen, but it also creates so much exciting potential to change the lives of individuals. We have oriented Atlas around bringing that expanded potential as effortlessly as possible to people and the businesses they work for. We talk about this as Human Experience Management - simplifying global people operations with unified software and solutions that guide companies on their growth journeys. We enable driven business leaders to compete in a borderless world, and extend opportunity to those who did not have it before.

You will see this mission baked into all of our offerings. As the largest Direct Employer of Record, we are making the world a lot smaller and easier to navigate by leveraging our expertise in over 160 countries to simplify our customers’ ability to access talent while helping to support sustainable communities around the world through a single platform.

And we have designed our brand to celebrate this stronger and truer expression of the mission upon which we have built our business. As we help support global ambitions, the word Atlas recalls the ancient myth of our namesake, but updated for modern times. Our signature "a" holds aloft three dots representing our focus on supporting customers, Atlas people and worksite employees. The upward, elevating gesture of our wordmark represents the rising aspirations of our clients and their employees. Our color palette reflects our vibrance, optimism, and accessibility. And our system is clean so that our tools and solutions can take center stage.

There is so much left to be done. Just because the future of work has arrived at our doorstep does not mean we have all figured out what to do with it yet. The hard work begins today, of finding our way in this new future, and making sure that we are all able to make the most of it. To that end, we as Atlas, and I personally, owe a deep debt of gratitude to everyone who has helped inspire us as we clarify, test, and recommit to our mission. Our dedicated Atlas teammates, our accomplished partners, our ambitious clients, and the talented employees they hire all around the world; I dedicate our company, and our brand, to you.

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The future of work has arrived. So has Atlas.

As people who work in the HR space, we have all heard a lot about the future of work. Trend projections, think pieces, product launches; we have seen change coming but it has all felt incomplete or far away. I am personally excited today because when I look around at what is happening in our industry I can truly see that the future of work has arrived.

Time and geography are no longer limits to opportunity. Workers have a broader access to opportunities than they have ever had in human history. This shift is just beginning to be felt, and should only motivate all of us to continue to expand and enable this access.  

Businesses are waking up to new opportunities too. In order to be competitive, employers have had to learn to be more flexible. Companies of any size can now be borderless, accessing talent not just regionally but in every corner of the world and taking themselves from a local startup to a global business in a matter of days, not years. Overall the reach and impact of entrepreneurship is growing in exciting ways we are only beginning to understand.

It is important that we recognize, though, that these changes did not happen in a vacuum. As we become more connected, change ripples more quickly across the globe. If we have learned anything over the past few years in our industry it is that uncertainty and change are to be expected, but they are not insurmountable when we work together. Most importantly, the best thing we can do in any given situation is to dedicate ourselves to making a difference in the challenges we see in front of us in this very moment.

I know we have all been thinking about this a lot in so many ways through the past few years - how can I make a difference? It is something I ask myself constantly. It is the question that brought me to found Elements Global Services when I saw businesses struggling to navigate their way to becoming global, and it is the question that brings us to another exciting moment today as we announce our evolution into a new company: Atlas.

A connected world can bring uncertainty, as we have all seen, but it also creates so much exciting potential to change the lives of individuals. We have oriented Atlas around bringing that expanded potential as effortlessly as possible to people and the businesses they work for. We talk about this as Human Experience Management - simplifying global people operations with unified software and solutions that guide companies on their growth journeys. We enable driven business leaders to compete in a borderless world, and extend opportunity to those who did not have it before.

You will see this mission baked into all of our offerings. As the largest Direct Employer of Record, we are making the world a lot smaller and easier to navigate by leveraging our expertise in over 160 countries to simplify our customers’ ability to access talent while helping to support sustainable communities around the world through a single platform.

And we have designed our brand to celebrate this stronger and truer expression of the mission upon which we have built our business. As we help support global ambitions, the word Atlas recalls the ancient myth of our namesake, but updated for modern times. Our signature "a" holds aloft three dots representing our focus on supporting customers, Atlas people and worksite employees. The upward, elevating gesture of our wordmark represents the rising aspirations of our clients and their employees. Our color palette reflects our vibrance, optimism, and accessibility. And our system is clean so that our tools and solutions can take center stage.

There is so much left to be done. Just because the future of work has arrived at our doorstep does not mean we have all figured out what to do with it yet. The hard work begins today, of finding our way in this new future, and making sure that we are all able to make the most of it. To that end, we as Atlas, and I personally, owe a deep debt of gratitude to everyone who has helped inspire us as we clarify, test, and recommit to our mission. Our dedicated Atlas teammates, our accomplished partners, our ambitious clients, and the talented employees they hire all around the world; I dedicate our company, and our brand, to you.

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The future of work has arrived. So has Atlas.

As people who work in the HR space, we have all heard a lot about the future of work. Trend projections, think pieces, product launches; we have seen change coming but it has all felt incomplete or far away. I am personally excited today because when I look around at what is happening in our industry I can truly see that the future of work has arrived.

Time and geography are no longer limits to opportunity. Workers have a broader access to opportunities than they have ever had in human history. This shift is just beginning to be felt, and should only motivate all of us to continue to expand and enable this access.  

Businesses are waking up to new opportunities too. In order to be competitive, employers have had to learn to be more flexible. Companies of any size can now be borderless, accessing talent not just regionally but in every corner of the world and taking themselves from a local startup to a global business in a matter of days, not years. Overall the reach and impact of entrepreneurship is growing in exciting ways we are only beginning to understand.

It is important that we recognize, though, that these changes did not happen in a vacuum. As we become more connected, change ripples more quickly across the globe. If we have learned anything over the past few years in our industry it is that uncertainty and change are to be expected, but they are not insurmountable when we work together. Most importantly, the best thing we can do in any given situation is to dedicate ourselves to making a difference in the challenges we see in front of us in this very moment.

I know we have all been thinking about this a lot in so many ways through the past few years - how can I make a difference? It is something I ask myself constantly. It is the question that brought me to found Elements Global Services when I saw businesses struggling to navigate their way to becoming global, and it is the question that brings us to another exciting moment today as we announce our evolution into a new company: Atlas.

A connected world can bring uncertainty, as we have all seen, but it also creates so much exciting potential to change the lives of individuals. We have oriented Atlas around bringing that expanded potential as effortlessly as possible to people and the businesses they work for. We talk about this as Human Experience Management - simplifying global people operations with unified software and solutions that guide companies on their growth journeys. We enable driven business leaders to compete in a borderless world, and extend opportunity to those who did not have it before.

You will see this mission baked into all of our offerings. As the largest Direct Employer of Record, we are making the world a lot smaller and easier to navigate by leveraging our expertise in over 160 countries to simplify our customers’ ability to access talent while helping to support sustainable communities around the world through a single platform.

And we have designed our brand to celebrate this stronger and truer expression of the mission upon which we have built our business. As we help support global ambitions, the word Atlas recalls the ancient myth of our namesake, but updated for modern times. Our signature "a" holds aloft three dots representing our focus on supporting customers, Atlas people and worksite employees. The upward, elevating gesture of our wordmark represents the rising aspirations of our clients and their employees. Our color palette reflects our vibrance, optimism, and accessibility. And our system is clean so that our tools and solutions can take center stage.

There is so much left to be done. Just because the future of work has arrived at our doorstep does not mean we have all figured out what to do with it yet. The hard work begins today, of finding our way in this new future, and making sure that we are all able to make the most of it. To that end, we as Atlas, and I personally, owe a deep debt of gratitude to everyone who has helped inspire us as we clarify, test, and recommit to our mission. Our dedicated Atlas teammates, our accomplished partners, our ambitious clients, and the talented employees they hire all around the world; I dedicate our company, and our brand, to you.

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What’s a Rich Text element?

The rich text element allows you to create and format headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, images, and video all in one place instead of having to add and format them individually. Just double-click and easily create content.

Static and dynamic content editing

A rich text element can be used with static or dynamic content. For static content, just drop it into any page and begin editing. For dynamic content, add a rich text field to any collection and then connect a rich text element to that field in the settings panel. Voila!

How to customize formatting for each rich text

Headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, figures, images, and figure captions can all be styled after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.

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