Hear how the emerging talent team at Reddit is continuing to strategically invest in early career in 2023 – and how your team can apply these best practices as well.
This time last year, the war for talent was heating up across industries – even for the most inexperienced hires. Many companies were facing reneges and salary bidding wars for entry-level candidates, requiring teams to figure out in real time how to keep candidates engaged and attract their attention.
In 2023, the market uncertainties have presented a different set of challenges – but employers still need to navigate adjusting strategies and programs based on how their goals and budgets are changing internally. In this live webinar, RippleMatch will share their top best practices to strategically prioritize early career in a changing market, and will speak with Deitrick Franklin, Manager, Emerging Talent at Reddit, on how the team has been evolving their strategy in the light of the market slowdown and continued to place the importance of early career hiring at the forefront.
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