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If you were in charge, what would you do to make ADR Network a better place to work?

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  • Understand that human beings behind the wheel of a commercial vehicle are not suddenly considered as dogs in a kennle to be taken advantage of for the sake of profit. This applies to all driver supplying agencies. ADR should approach the government to spearhead a campaign to recognise and treat drivers of large commercial vehicles as truly professional. As such, a professional driver should expect a responsible employer to treat them as professional, as family people with lives outside of working hours. Call for car usage allowance to prevent a driver being out of pocket due to unavoidable expenses in relation to commuting to and from their place of work, when using public transport is out of the question.

  • More money for Lidl contract

  • Make it a compulsory requirement that all "Consultants" hold a current LGV C+E Licence, and regularly use it, in order that they at least have SOME idea of what a lorry is, and what it's like to drive one. Consultants whose only qualification seems to be a "Degree in Uselessology from the Unversity of Internet" are not well regarded or at all respected by Lorry Drivers who have to live with the constant unreasonable expectations placed on them.

  • Keep the rate of pay the same all year round

  • Justice and fairness

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