Reddit Recruiting

The Best-Kept Secret in Sourcing Top Candidates

In 2018, Reddit surpassed Facebook as the third most popular site in the US.

But despite its growing popularity and highly engaged user base, Reddit remains one of the most misunderstood social networks, and thus largely overlooked as an active source for top candidates. 

Erin MathewJoin Erin Mathew—top talent sourcer, blogger, and speakeras she demystifies one of the best-kept secrets in recruiting that has become her top source for highest-converting applicants. She will reveal how to find thriving talent communities on Reddit to source for a variety of roles and industries—including retail, healthcare, finance, tech, and more.

Sign up and learn how to:

  • Discover highly engaged talent communities still largely untapped by most sourcers.
  • Identify top candidates on Reddit and learn when and how to reach out, even using other social networks.
  • Craft a compelling pitch that will convert more candidates into engaged applicants.

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About the presenter:

Erin Mathew has been sourcing and recruiting for the last 6 years and has worked with a variety of candidates from healthcare, to test prep tutors, to promo models. Growing up she always dreamed of acting in sketch comedy but instead, she became a sourcer that sometimes makes comedic recruiting videos. Erin is currently a talent sourcer at multi-million dollar, publicly traded company and a regular contributor to Sourcecon. She attended Purdue University and has a Bachelors in Consumer Sciences and Retailing.

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