Our Culture and Values

Hiring the most talented people

We are committed to finding the highest caliber of people from a wide range of backgrounds and when we find good talent, we do our very best to ensure we retain them. People who join us know that one day they can be our future managers, directors and managing directors.

In the recruitment industry, we recognize that it’s our people who are at the heart of everything we do. So investing in them to ensure they are knowledgeable, proactive, friendly and able to meet clients’ needs, is one of our highest priorities.

Our company ethos

Drive – It is our passion that drives us to deliver the best service for our clients and candidates alike. This drives us to achieve way in excess of our competitors

Respect – We take pride in doing our jobs well, in how we portray ourselves, and for what we stand for. As such we respect every individual that we speak to, making sure that they are aware of what we, as a brand, can provide.

Brilliance – Here at DRB we classify ourselves to be and have nothing but brilliant results both for our employees, candidates and client customer service. As a continued service provider for new staff we have 3 morals to ensure staff stay and bring in continued results to your business, if you want it you must work for it, if you deserve it you must prove it, if you want to keep it, have respect for it. With these in mind both client and candidate build long-lasting relationships making sure that their journey with their new role and their new employee is long and prosperous.

Ethics and integrity

To maintain the respect and trust of our clients, candidates and all other stakeholders it is vital that we conduct our business with high standards of ethics and integrity. This doesn’t mean just complying with both the spirit and the letter of the various laws and regulations that govern us. It also means leading by example in the way that we do business and in the way that we behave towards everyone we have contact with.

So what are you waiting for?!