Legal wranglings dominate Recruiter’s top 10 news stories of 2013’s top 10 news stories of 2013 included award winners, job site deaths and legal wranglings.

Wed, 15 Jan 2014 | By Christopher’s top 10 news stories of 2013 included award winners, job site deaths and legal wranglings.

The most popular story on the site was the announcement of the 2013 Recruiter Award winners – and don’t forget, entries for the 2014 awards close this Friday.

The full list of the top news stories by page views can be viewed below:

1    2013 Recruiter Awards winners announced – 2 May 2013

2    Straight from the candidate's mouth: unusual interview questions – 7 June 2013

3    AWR in court: one for, one against – 10 January 2012

4    Winners and losers after Osborne's spending review, say recruiters – 27 June 2013

5 passes away, US version lives on – 16 May 2013

6    Recruitment's gilded seven in Sunday Times Rich List – 22 April 2013

7    Capita partners army to recruit at National Centre – March 2013

8    Legitas switches temps to PAYE after ‘concerns' – 18 April 2013

9    HMRC turns up heat on tax avoidance – 17 May 2013

10    Synergy directors sue Caan's HCIG for £5.5m – 10 June 2013

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