It is not new for technology to be an ally of many processes in large companies, and when it comes to urban mobility, we can already notice significant changes in this sector. Corporate relocation is largely responsible for ensuring safety, agility, speed and, above all, employee welfare.
Among the various trends in this sector, a shared charter is a mode of transportation that allows one or more companies to share the costs of a charter bus, according to the occupancy of seats by each company.
This charter class is ideal for small and medium-sized businesses that are considering offering charter transportation for their teams as an advantage, but the number of existing employees does not allow the vehicle to be fully occupied. With a joint charter, it is possible to choose another company and establish a car-sharing partnership, thus reducing costs to the parties.
This option benefits the company and reduces rental costs by up to 40%, as well as providing employees more peace of mind on the way between work and home. For transparency and control over this entire process, companies have a system available to check all transport usage data, vehicle occupancy and segregate billing according to usage.
The daily commute to work is a necessity for many Brazilians. A survey conducted by Ibope in 2018 in partnership with Rede Nossa São Paulo found that people from São Paulo take an average of two hours and 43 days to go to work. In addition, about 80% of excursions are carried out in large Brazilian cities for work or study reasons.
This scenario is often characterized by overcrowding on public transport, and the need to encounter multiple bus lines and lanes. Plus time lost in daily commuting, which can be used by employees for other purposes – such as entertainment or convenience.
When an employee is surprised by a traffic situation, he experiences a high emotional charge, a factor that can directly affect his mood, behavior and even productivity. According to research by Abramet, traffic is one of the main factors that lead to stress.
This can lead to complications in your personal relationships, and it can also hinder your performance. Thus, providing transportation options that provide more peace of mind for employees can contribute to their positive experience with the company.
In addition, we are facing the consequences of the post-COVID-19 pandemic. It has affected the urban mobility scenario and forms of transportation, as well as human relations, daily life in cities, personal and collective habits.
There are increasing mobility solutions focused on solving the urban transport problem in large centers. Options range from apps highlighting the possibility of car sharing to alternative means. Among them, electric bikes and scooters.
It is a fact that combined transportation has gained more and more space in this scenario, especially in the corporate market. After all, it is an alternative to daily employee transportation that offers more flexibility, security, convenience and also lower cost when compared to the traditional transportation process.
Providing well-being in the work environment to employees is essential to the success of any company. For this, the organization must provide a harmonious environment so that they feel motivated, engaged and aligned with the goals of the organisation. In this scenario, mass transit could actually contribute to this experiment.
Now that you understand the relationship between mobility and luxury, choose the best way for your employees to travel to work. In addition, this mode of transportation has a more positive appeal to sustainability and the environment than car sharing, as it makes it possible to reduce the number of vehicles on the streets. Another advantage is that it contributes to reducing the pollution of polluting gases in the atmosphere.