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Finding Tech Talent Using Slack, Reddit and Meetup

Webinar Published By: Entelo
Entelo
Published:  Sep 06, 2017
Type:  Webinar

Today's tech candidates are actively interacting and sharing their work on different websites, networks, and forums. As more of these channels surface, recruiters have the advantage to connect with more people in real-time, build a community based on shared interests, and to develop their employer identity among candidates.

This webinar will cover recruiting on Slack, Reddit, AngelList, and Meetup  a communication tool, aggregated news site and forum, Q&A social network, startup platform, and online portal for interest groups. Michelle Lusen, senior corporate recruiter at Slack, will join us for the webinar to share her best practices for connecting with candidates.

In this webinar, you'll learn:

  • How to establish rapport and develop a Slack community of candidates using private and public communication channels
  • Where to look on Reddit and AngelList to find people most interested in hearing about your open role
  • Tactics to identify and engage with domain experts on Meetup
  • How to navigate through each of these networks to find and connect with the most relevant people for your company




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