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How Skipr implemented a new type of mobility for Lantis

Discover how you could implement a mobility budget in your company like Lantis did for al its employees by reading this detailed case study.

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Discover how easy your admin could be

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Mobility budget, mobility expenses, ... all on one platform

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Leave the choice to your employees without adding any admin

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Direct integration with social secretaries

Learn how to make your company greener

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Easy implementation of the mobility budget

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Reduce your car park and make it greener

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Increase usage of sustainable mobility

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“When employees are happy to come to work, the company benefits from it. Sitting in traffic jams makes people unhappy and stressed. If you take care of your people’s well-being by minimising their commute, giving them flexibility and healthier ways to move around, your company will thrive.”

Luc Hellemans - CEO @ Lantis

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A clear look on the three mobility pillars

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First pillar

A greener car

The first pillar is available to switch from the company car to a greener les polluting car. Like a fully electric car, a hybrid car meeting specific restrictions or a low CO2 emitting car.
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Second pillar

Sustainable mobility

Budget not used in first pillar can be used in the second pillar. For soft mobility, like the purchase or lease of a (e)bike. But also shared transportation expenses (train, bus, tramway, shared bike, shared car, shared scooter, car rentals,...) and rent or interest expenses under specific conditions.
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Third pillar

Cashback

Finally, at the end of the year, the unused mobility budget is paid out at 38.07% (fixed). This amount is exempt of traditional employer contribution and income taxes.

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