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.
It’s December already and we can’t quite believe where the time has gone as we edge into the New Year. We’ve been reflecting on this past year at Drivers Direct, thinking about our success and the achievements of our team. In February, we became members of the Association of Recruitment ConsultanciesNov21
Taking place this week (20th-26th November), Road Safety Week is encouraging drivers to ‘Speed Down Save Lives’. The road safety charity, Brake, have been spreading their life-saving messages since 1997 with a different theme every year and this year they’re encouraging people to spare a thought for the impact ofNov3
The biggest sale event of the year is coming soon on 24th November, a day where the public tackle crowds and queues for their coveted Christmas shopping. With the dramatic reduction in prices across retailers, sales will be set to soar – which will have a direct effect on theSep8
As we move into a new academic season, we’re feeling rather reflective over the history of Drivers Direct and how far we’ve come in the last sixteen years. Having been established in 2002 with just three branches – Feltham, Northampton and Runcorn – we have now expanded considerably with overAug21
Following France’s announcement at the beginning of July to ban all fossil fuel powered vehicles, our own government has made an announcement of their own. The breaking news from parliament is that the UK is banning petrol-diesel cars from 2040, with a new tax implemented on diesel drivers by 2020.Jul12
In 2008, Carbon Dioxide was considered a major greenhouse gas - accounting for 85 per cent of UK emissions. According to the Freight Transport Association (FTA) support guide, if we want to reduce the risk of temperatures rising by at least 2° C by 2100, we need to cut emissions