Essential changes in your Mobility Policy
- 31 March 2023
Working from home, travelling less and travelling differently. These are probably the most essential mobility issues you face today when it comes to your organisation’s mobility. And for which you, as an employer, should take action, because this is expected of you for several reasons. Not only because the travel and work behaviour of your employees has changed and the current mobility scheme is no longer appropriate, but also because sustainability is becoming increasingly essential and laws and regulations can change. The world of mobility is constantly changing, so you must be and remain agile when it comes to your mobility. Add to this good administration and reporting, and you are ready for the future. This gives you an insight and overview and allows you to make adjustments where necessary.
We would like to guide you through the new world of mobility, in which hybrid working (partly at home and partly in the office) is currently the starting point for many large companies. The untaxed allowances for travel movements and working from home have been scrutinised, and sustainable travel is becoming increasingly important. All of these changes call for an adjustment of your current mobility policy to an integral mobility policy. In this way, you can give a new direction to your mobility, create clarity for everyone in the organisation and be ready for the future.
XXImo will help you on your way by outlining the important trends and changes. We give tips on how to deal with these changes and discuss the importance of proper administration and reporting of your employees’ corporate mobility.
Are you interested in our approach? Download the white paper for our tips to integrate these eight key issues into your new mobility policy.