Recruitment Down Under - 2020 Year in Review

Recruitment Down Under || The APSCo Australia Podcast Year in Review

Authored By Melissa Hardiman

Here’s to Recruitment Down Under: The APSCo Australia Podcast and a great year of podcasting. As we say goodbye to 2020, let’s take a moment to celebrate our accomplishments.

As we approach the 1 year anniversary of Recruitment Down Under: The APSCo Australia Podcast, the Association is delighted to share some fun facts from our first year on the air.

Recruitment Down Under will continue to provide valuable and engaging conversations to our listeners with insights from the winners of the 2020 APSCo Australia Awards for Excellence coming soon. Get involved with Recruitment Down Under in 2021, and email your topic ideas to lesley@apscoau.org.


2020 Recruitment Down Under Fun Facts

Recruitment Down Under: The APSCo Australia Podcast published 16 episodes in 2020. The first was What's the measure of your success? Talking recruitment remuneration with Nigel Harse published January 30 and the last was Perspective and Poise: A conversation with Entity Solutions’ Neil Merola published November 30. 

In 2020, the most popular episode of Recruitment Down Under: The APSCo Australia Podcast was What's the measure of your success? Talking recruitment remuneration with Nigel Harse, published January 30 and downloaded 154 times

In 2020, Recruitment Down Under: The APSCo Australia Podcast was downloaded 292 times from Sydney, New South Wales; our most popular city! 

In 2020, fans of Recruitment Down Under: The APSCo Australia Podcast listened most using our Buzzsprout Site, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify apps

In 2020, Recruitment Down Under: The APSCo Australia Podcast published 16 episodes totaling about 9 hours of content. That’s about 564 minutes or 33,857 seconds for your listening pleasure. 

In 2020, the shortest episode of Recruitment Down Under: The APSCo Australia Podcast was Seeing your SME through to the other side of COVID-19 at 00:24:28. The longest was Getting back to business: Managing the transition back into the office at 00:46:46

 

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