In the News 2009

Sep 02nd, 2009: Executives have to move fast to get a job in the UK

In the UK the average executive vacancy shelf life is 36 days (down 29% from 2008). This compares with 134 days in France, 89 in Germany, 66 in Switzerland and 59 in Italy, according to Experteer.
Read hrmagazine article

Aug 10th, 2009: Diverse boards 'boost governance'

Recently, a study by recruitment company Experteer found that there are ten times more male managing directors than there are female ones.
Read ilm article

July 30th, 2009: Gender pay gap starts to grow

Research published on Thursday by Experteer, the executive jobs website, says women in business are reaching senior positions younger than their male counterparts, but still have a long way to go to narrow the pay gap.
Read Financial Times article

July 30th, 2009: Ten times more male than female MDs in the UK

According to the research by Experteer, the company behind executive jobs website Experteer.co.uk, whilst women attain senior positions at a younger age than men, they are far less likely to hold such positions than their male colleagues and are likely to be paid less.
Read Workplace Law Network article

July 30th, 2009: Pay gap: UK female execs better off in IT

Wage and age gap figures released by executive jobs website Experteer show IT is the most female-friendly sector when it comes to pay and promotion - with women paid two per cent more than men, and progressing to top roles a year younger than their male counterparts.
Read silicon article

July 30th, 2009: Women In Line Behind Men?

Experteer, the executive career website, has commented on findings that women can still expect to be paid less than their male counterparts and continue to hit a glass ceiling.
Read BD Recruitement article

July 30th, 2009: Why boardrooms are still dominated by men

New research has shown that firms in Britain are still overwhelmingly in favour of male managers over women and the pay gap remains considerable.
Read Exec Digital article

July 30th, 2009: Female Execs Progress Earlier but Paid Less than Male Colleagues

Figures, released today by leading executive jobs website Experteer paint a stark picture of sexual equality in the UK executive jobs market. According to the research whilst women attain senior positions at a younger age they are far less likely to hold such positions than their male colleagues and are likely to be paid less.
Read onrec article

July 30th, 2009: Women still less likely to get top jobs

The research shows that female executives gain senior roles at an earlier age than their male peers, between three and four years younger. However, it is only in their first executive post that they can expect to be earn the same as their male colleagues.
Read Recruiter article

July 30th, 2009: Open up boardrooms to women

A study of 18,000 executive jobseekers showed there were far fewer female managing directors and they were paid an average of £13,000 less than their male counterparts.
Read Morning Star article

July 30th, 2009: Ten times as many male MDs as female – and they get paid more

Women were promoted to senior positions at a younger age than men, but were less likely to hold on to top jobs, said executive jobs website Experteer.
Read WalesOnline article

July 30th, 2009: Men still dominating in the boardroom

UK COMPANIES have ten times as many male managing directors as women and often give them bigger salaries, according to new research today.
Read scotsman article

June 27th, 2009: Four per cent

Four per cent - the decline in salary for IT executives over the past year, according to a survey conducted by Experteer.co.uk.
Read ITPRO article

June 26th, 2009: Senior managers buck recessionary trend, reporting increasing salaries since October 2008

Despite the recession, the average salaries for senior executives have risen by 3.35% since October, compared to a national average of 2.7%.
Read Human Resources article

June 26th, 2009: IT salaries falling fastest

IT executives wanting more money should look outside the sector, says job
adviser.
Read CRN article

June 25th, 2009: IT salaries falling fastest

Senior-level executives in IT are seeing their salaries drop faster than those in other sectors, according to new research.
Read SC Magazine article

June 25th, 2009: IT executives may want to consider a new sector for the skills set, according to a new report

IT executives have faced a four per cent decline in average salary since October 2008, according to figures released by Experteer.co.uk.
Read ITPRO article

June 25th, 2009: IT wages down four per cent

IT managers have seen their average wage drop from £80,000 to £77,000, while salaries for senior IT executive have declined from £119,000 to £115,000.
Read Computing article

June 25th, 2009: IT salaries falling faster than in other sectors

Experteer found the average pay of employees in the public sector, consulting and financial services had jumped from £70,000 to £74,000 in the past six months despite the recession.
Read V3 article

June 25th, 2009: IT salaries falling faster than in other sectors

IT salaries are falling faster than in other sectors, according to online jobs website Experteer.
Read ComputerWeekly article

May 22nd, 2009: Executive posts in public sector, medicine and life sciences on the rise

Vacancies for executive jobs in the public sector, medicine and life sciences are on the rise, according to new research published yesterday.
Read PersonnelToday article

May 21st, 2009: Demand for senior IT executives falls

Data from 6,500 UK roles advertised for senior executives during that period suggests that relative demand for top IT professionals has fallen by three per cent, while public sector and medicine job ads grew by 13 per cent and 10 per cent respectively.
Read Computing article

May 21st, 2009: Executive jobseekers in public sector and medicine still in demand

Survey of top UK executive vacancies shows decline in advertised positions for consulting, IT and real estate industries.
Read Consultants United article

May 21st, 2009: Executive Jobseekers in public sector and medicine still in demand

Consulting and real estate advertised vacancies continue to decline, while there has been a rise in the number of public sector and medicines posts in the past six months, claims management jobsite Experteer.co.uk’s jobs monitor.
Read Onrec article

May 21st, 2009: Consulting and real estate vacancy slump

Consulting and real estate advertised vacancies continue to decline, while there has been a rise in the number of public sector and medicines posts in the past six months, claims management jobsite Experteer.co.uk’s jobs monitor.
Read Recruiter article

May 20th, 2009: IT executive jobs in decline

The number of high-level IT vacancies has fallen 3% since November 2008, a drop only exceeded in the consulting sector (8%), according to the a report from recruitment site Experteer.co.uk.
Read InformationAge article

Telegraph, 14th May, 2009: Experteer in the top 10 digital rankings in Europe

Experteer, the premium subscription based career service, has been named the fastest growing digital media company in Europe, according to GP Bullhound’s Media Momentum Awards.
Read Telegraph article

Recruiter Today, 1st May, 2009: Huge rise in executive job seekers

In a further sign of the recession worsening, the number of executive job seekers registering with Experteer.co.uk increased by a third (34%) in Q1 2009 on Q4 2008.
Read Recruiter Today article

Onrec, 1st May, 2009: Executive job site experiences unprecedented increase in enquiries

The number of executive job seekers registering with Experteer.co.uk, increased by a third (34%) in Q1 2009 on Q4 2008 hitting 100,000 for the first time since its launch last April 2008. The pace of growth accelerated significantly throughout the first quarter in an indication of declining job security amongst senior executives.
Read Onrec article

Silicon, March 30th, 2009: Ten ways to make your boss love you

Torsten Muth, managing director of IT career site Experteer.co.uk, says: "While technical skills are still a must, the most valuable members of staff will learn to apply their communications skills to make sure their efforts are being recognised at all levels within an organizations."
Read Personnel Today article

Personnel Today – The Work Clinic, February 20th, 2009: Job Hunting in work time

According to research released today by executive jobs website, Experteer.co.uk, the busiest hour for online job searches is 3pm on a Thursday.

The study of job searching trends across Europe found that most job hunters are using their mid-afternoon coffee breaks to scour the internet for job opportunities, with 3pm being the most popular time of day almost universally in Europe.
Read Personnel Today article

Click a Job, February 20th, 2009: Thursday 3pm 'prime time for skiving'

New research conducted by Experteer.co.uk has revealed that many employees seem to take advantage of the free internet in the office and do most of their job hunting during work hours.
Read Click a Job article

Jobs News Wire: February 20th, 2009: Study shows 3pm is peak time for skiving

Employees looking for a new job are likely to do so at 3pm on a Thursday, new research has discovered. According to a study conducted by Experteer.co.uk, this is the busiest hour of the week for online job searches.
Read Jobs News Wire article

Consultant News, February 19th, 2009: Top execs using work hours to search for new jobs

According to research released today by the UK executive jobs website, Experteer.co.uk, the busiest hour for online job searches is 3pm on a Thursday. The results suggested that most of the job hunting is done during work hours, with employees making the most of free internet in the workplace. The research is based on the search records of over 600,000 active members of Experteer across the UK, Germany, France, Italy and Switzerland.
Read Consultant News article

Management Issues, February 19th, 2009: Fear brings loathing, not harder work

According to European research by British recruitment website Experteer.co.uk, the busiest hour for online job searches is 3pm on a Thursday.
Read Management Issues article

Onrec.com, February 19th, 2009: Top execs using work hours to search for new jobs

According to research released today by the UK’s executive Online recruitment jobs website, Experteer.co.uk, the busiest hour for online job searches is 3pm on a Thursday.
Read Onrec.com article

Onrec.com, February 16th, 2009: What role does ATS play in the recruitment process

Applicant tracking systems have been a godsend to many a company, but not everyone understands their role - even those fully signed up to a system may not be realising its full potential. We asked some experts in the field to describe the role of ATS from their perspective.
Read Onrec.com article

Onrec.com, January 09th, 2009: CV remains key to securing job interviews

A survey of top recruiters, by the UK’s executive jobs website Experteer.co.uk, today revealed a word processed CV is still considered to be the most important element in a job application although its use by recruiters has evolved.
Read Onrec.com article

ILM, January 06th, 2009: Gender pay gap tables proposed

Recently, a study by executive job website Experteer found that top female managers are paid an average of 19 per cent less than their male counterparts.
Read Channel 4 article