Drivers Direct Recruitment have been trading since 2002 and have 22 branches across the UK, 3 of which are franchised.
We have enjoyed steady growth year on year and have featured in the Sunday Times Fast Track 100 in 2007 and The Recruiter Hot Top 50 in 2009 and 2010 for being one fastest growing privately owned companies in the UK.
June 09 – Mike Geoghegan, John Major and Gethin Roberts pictured above signing first ever franchise agreement with Drivers Direct and celebrating this important milestone.
There is no denying that logistics and professional drivers are the beating heart of the UK economy – as the FTA’s Peter Snelling so aptly put it: “Over 90% of everything the public eat, drink, wear and build with travels on an HGV at some point in the supply chain.”Aug20
The thought of a career change is a prospect which is exhilarating and daunting in equal measure. The endless opportunities and the chance to completely change your day to day activities is an incredibly exciting thought, but then the question must be asked: how do I even start a newJul27
It’s been hard to ignore the b-word that’s been on everyone’s lips and in the media since 29th March 2017. Brexit has no doubt been the talk of the country and the world for that matter. Ever since the referendum results were announced there’s been numerous companies offering their perspectiveJun28
There’s no doubt that leaving the UK’s Armed Forces can be a daunting prospect, regardless of how long you’ve served. Moving from the structured lifestyle of the forces to the quieter life as a civilian is a huge life-changing event and the rate of each individual’s transition varies depending onMay16
Every year we host our charity black tie ball in London and it’s always been a fantastic way to bring all the Drivers Direct branches together in celebration. The evening also gives us the opportunity to award employees and branches that have stood out over the past year. Here atApr30
On March 1st last year, the penalty for being caught on your mobile phone whilst driving increased. This means that drivers caught using their phones at the wheel now receive a penalty of six points on their license, and a fine of £200. The change in law also means that