With Parkable, employees can now book parking into the future, with fair distribution built in
It’s always been our aim to make employee parking stress-free, easy, and fair. Over the last few months, our product team has been hard at work creating future booking with fairer sharing, so that Parkable can facilitate stress-free, easy, fair staff parking... on a whole new level.
Future booking allows staff to request parking on any day in the future, and to secure their car park bookings a week in advance for confident commuting. Plus, Parkable’s allocation algorithm distributes parks fairly amongst the team, which creates a better, more equitable work culture.
Staff parking may make some people shrug, “Who cares?” But the reality is: your staff care. Commuting and parking affect your employees every day they come into the office, and that flows through to employers’ major concerns about their teams - engagement, productivity, retention, culture, and wellbeing.
Luckily, we’ve found that simply by changing your workplace parking, you can dramatically improve the commute for your staff:
Through future booking, we’re taking the next step to even better commutes and fairer parking, so your employees arrive to work feeling well cared for and engaged.
Your employees know when they have parking booked for the week ahead, so they can drive in or select alternative transport with confidence.
Fairer staff parking
Instead of letting your staff race to secure a park, Parkable’s allocation algorithm fairly distributes parking among all members of your team who have requested a park.
Administrators can override the allocation algorithm by prioritising certain employees’ requests and cancelling reservations, so you stay in control.
Interested in supporting your staff with easy commutes and fair parking? Schedule a quick chat with one of our workplace parking experts!
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