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HR leaders are now tasked with thinking holistically about the employee’s experience from the moment they engage with a recruiter till the day they leave a company. By optimizing this end-to-end experience, companies lower employee turnover, increase productivity, and build a positive employer-brand that attracts talent to the company.
Nobody embodies this role more than Katelin Holloway, the VP of People & Culture at Reddit, who has helped the popular website grow up into a company. In this month's episode of Resources for Humans, Katelin illustrates what a modern people operations team looks like, details how to build an end-to-end employee experience, discusses the role of culture, and explains why Reddit doesn't negotiate salaries.