Mobility is not your core business. But as an HR professional, Facility Manager or board member, you do have to deal with it. A mobility scan is not enough for you because you get practical questions. For example about parking spaces, train tickets, charging stations and bicycle racks. And you want to know something about mobility yourself. Then use our mobility advice. Here are a few examples of questions:
- What does the expense allowance scheme (Dutch: wkr) mean for the bicycle plan?
- How can I make travel behavior more sustainable?
- What travel allowances do my competitors provide?
- How do I get more people to work by bike?
Our mobility advice answers these kinds of questions.
Sometimes you just want to know what other companies are doing. Are you still a competitive employer? Are you ahead or behind? Do other employers in your industry have a lease scheme or are they switching to pool cars? Do employees receive a travel allowance? And if so, how high is it? Are there already employers who charge their employees to park?
We can help you with our benchmark mobility. This is a database of anonymized data from hundreds of companies that 3pm has analyzed and advised over the years.
We can compare travel distances and choice of transport mode. We can also compare plans and fees. Or costs and facilities in the field of mobility. Sometimes it is also possible to make a comparison with employers in a specific geographical area. We can always make a breakdown for a specific sector, for example business services or industry.
Experiences of others
Erik Jung, Alphaplan director:
3pm showed us what our options are for the three P’s (people, planet and profit) to be reflected in our mobility policy. The two most interesting options I found were electric driving and the use of smart boxes in company cars. We have adopted both advices: we have installed the boxes, purchased charging stations and I recently started driving an electric car.