1. Analysis of the initial situation:
The goal is to find the best individual solutions that suit both the company and the needs of individual employees. For this purpose, a comprehensive analysis of the current situation is performed as a first step. This sheds light on all available offerings and modes of transport, and on employees’ mobility behavior. For example, what public transport connections are there? How good is bicycle access? How do employees travel to customers and appointments? What is the company’s vehicle fleet like?
2. Action concept and implementation:
The current-situation analysis and the potentials derived from it serve as the basis for the action concept, which is created in close coordination with the company and put on the path to implementation. The important thing is to include the employees from the very beginning and to communicate the individual steps transparently throughout the company.
To achieve the best possible success, regular checks must be performed to determine whether the actions implemented are achieving the desired results. If there are still deficiencies, or if the actions are not having their expected effect, readjustments are made.
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As a middle-sized company with roots in a large conglomerate, we know today’s and tomorrow’s challenges. Our strength is a 360° outlook, decades of experience, and the aspiration to assist our customers individually from strategy development to implementation.
We are part of the “Regional Experience Exchange in Company Mobility Management” initiated by the Stuttgart Region Economic Development Corporation (Wirtschaftsförderung Region Stuttgart GmbH).. At these networking events we regularly exchange ideas with other companies in the Stuttgart region on mobility management goals, actions and projects.
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You can e-mail our colleagues Panagiotis Giannopoulos and Martin Köcher at firstname.lastname@example.org