1. Cost and time saving
Believe it or not, the legal mobility budget saves costs.
Think for example of parking costs, fuel or the repair of mirrors after an unfortunate accident.
These mobility costs decrease through the use of shared cars, bicycles, the train …
In the Olympus app, you also enjoy advantageous rates.
In addition, it also reduces the number of working hours lost to administration.
Thierry Devresse from My Mobility Budget Butler, expert and partner in the mobility budget, confirms: “A mobility budget requires less work than managing a company car.
The only thing you have to think about is the implementation. But that effort pays off. Afterwards, you will only gain time.”
See how Silverfin implemented the legal mobility budget.
The mobility budget provides mobility tailored to the needs of your employees.
They will get to choose out of a long list of means of transport. Bus, train, car sharing, bike sharing, taxi, electric scooters… it can all be done.
This way they are no longer obliged to travel by company car. They choose their own mode of transport.
Thierry continues: “The mobility budget gives your employees a very wide range of mobility options.
All these options respond seamlessly to the needs of your employees based on the time, place and people who may accompany them.”
See how Business & Decision experiences the use of the mobility budget.
3. Sustainable mobility policy
When looking at corporate mobility evolutions, sustainable mobility policy is very present. Take a look at the advantageous legislation for electric company cars, for example.
That is precisely what the legal mobility budget is used for.
Not only with an environmentally friendly car, but also through alternative means of transport. You stimulate the use of public and shared transport or the purchase of an (electric) bicycle.
As a result, the legal mobility budget helps reduce CO2 emissions.
Thierry adds: “The mobility budget gives your company a modern and responsible image.”
4. Increased productivity
We don’t have to tell you: exercise makes you happy. The same is true when your employees spend less time in traffic.
And happy employees? They are more productive.
All the more reason, therefore, to simplify the use of (shared) bicycles and scooters in your company.
Employees who come to work by public transport also benefit from this. They gain productive hours during the day.
They no longer have to focus on traffic and can use their time productively. The train, for example, is the ideal moment to answer e-mails.
5. An asset in the war for talent
For 6 out of 10 potential employees, a sustainable mobility policy is an important factor in their choice of employer.
With that in mind, you can offer mobility in a cafeteria plan, just like countless other companies have done before you.
But if you really want to stand out in the war for talent? Then the mobility budget is for you.
Thierry agrees. “It’s the most advantageous remuneration for employees under Belgian law. That way, you attract talent and retain it.”
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