‘It’s about choice’: How Reddit’s Katelin Holloway made benefits ‘by the people, for the people’


Reddit VP of People and Culture Katelin Holloway



When Reddit brought Katelin Holloway on as its VP of people and culture in early 2016, she kicked off her tenure with a listening tour about benefits. “By asking people what they wanted, it affirmed my thesis that people want choices,” Holloway told HR Dive in an interview.

Her listening tour gave way to a number of benefits-focused projects Holloway said she built with Reddit Co-Founder and CEO Steve Huffman, who “was very open to doing things differently,” Holloway said.

Though creative and non-traditional, Huffman and Holloway designed Reddit’s benefits to prioritize growth. “Towards this end, many of our benefits are designed to help our people grow,…


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