Directions to Motability
Our office is based in Harlow, Essex. We have free parking and easy access transport links from London, Cambridge and surrounding areas.
Telephone: 01279 635999
Directions to Motability by car
- From the M25, exit at Junction 27 and pick up the M11 northbound.
- At Junction 7 of the M11, pick up the A414 towards Harlow.
- Go straight over the next four roundabouts, staying on the A414.
- At the fifth roundabout (Gates Ford on left), take the first exit into Edinburgh Way.
- Go straight over the next three roundabouts. You will pass Tesco on your left and a retail park on your right.
- At the fourth roundabout, take the second exit onto Elizabeth Way.
- At the next roundabout, take the second exit onto Roydon Road.
- Turn right after about 50 yards. Warwick House is on the right.
Directions to Motability by train
- If you are travelling from London, you will need to take the train from either London Liverpool Street or Tottenham Hale.
- The nearest station to Motability is Harlow Town. We are a short taxi journey (5 to 10 minutes) from the station.
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Investor in People - Gold Award Level
Motability is proudly recognised as an employer of choice, attaining the Gold Standard from Investors in People award. The Investors in People accreditation is a sign of excellence, a great employer and an outperforming place to work.
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Disability Confident Employer
Motability has been awarded Disability Confident Employer status.
We were reviewed against the following areas:
• Getting the right people for our business
• Keeping and developing our people.
This means we have agreed to continue to:
• Actively look to attract and recruit disabled people:
o provide a full, inclusive and accessibility recruitment process,
o offer an interview for disabled people who meet the minimum criteria for the job,
o be flexible when assessing people so disabled job applicants have the best opportunity to demonstrate that they can do the job,
o proactively offer and make reasonable adjustments as required,
o encourage our suppliers and partner firms to be Disability Confident,
o ensure employees have appropriate disability equality awareness.
• Keep and develop employees:
o promote a culture of being Disability Confident,
o support employees to manage their disabilities and health conditions,
o ensure there are no barriers to development and progression,
o ensure managers are aware of how they can support staff who are sick or absent from work,
o value and listen to feedback from staff,
o regularly review the Disability Confident self-assessment.