How the future of work will shape the future of mobility

Zi Peng Tan
Published on:
Sep 2, 2020
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In a future where employees have greater autonomy to choose when and how they want to travel, a combination of flexible working hours, HR tech and a connected fleet could create a better mobility-as-a-service model. This could involve employers working with mobility solution providers, both private and public, to present their employees with tech-enabled options that are optimised for timeliness and comfort while remaining cost-effective for employers to offer.

SWAT Mobility has recently joined hands with Toyota Motor Philippines to launch a corporate smart transportation solution in Manila for KMC Solutions, Philippines’ largest coworking and staff-leasing company. Philippines’ public transportation options, limited due to the pandemic, strained the movement of their workforce. The technology introduced not only resolved transportation issues but also improved the employee’s overall experience by helping them avoid crowded public spaces and provide better tracking for administrative purposes.

Through collaboration with mobility solution providers, employers can play a stronger role in supporting the mobility needs of their employees to enable them to be safe and productive.