Developments among young people
The developments below ensure that young people look at mobility differently. Respond to this as an organization by stimulating various mobility solutions, including the Athlon Mobility Budget; a distinctive and attractive must-have for young employees!
No commitment with lease cars
At large organizations with many young employees, we see that a diversity of mobility is offered more often. The reason? Young people have probably never had a lease car and therefore don't commit themselves to them. Fewer lease cars means that your organization has to pay for fewer parking spaces. So, don't use them anymore and, for example, facilitate your employees with lease bicycles from this saving.
Decide for themselves
Young people want to decide for themselves what they need. With the mobility budget, they can organize their mobility needs themselves. They find a diverse range of mobility and flexible solutions in a n app. Here they can determine which transport solutions they want to use.
Own control over mobility; that's the future
Employees travel from A to B, but the distances and preferences may vary. Athlon's Mobility Budget is here to let employees compose their own personalized mobility package. Which way do you choose for your organization?Read about our solutions
Stay on track
Dive deep into these articles. You’ll be inspired by new approaches and solutions for your mobility challenges.
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