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With the Republic of Ireland aiming for normality as we move into the second half of 2021, despite the falling rate of COVID infection this won’t exactly be back to what life was like in 2019. As many offices open there will be commuters who will be reticent to start travelling into work on public transport due to lingering fears about being close to potentially infected individuals.
There is pressure on employers to source parking for their staff as this is considered the most socially distant way to commute into city centres. However, after a year of difficult financial trading many employers would find this financially unviable but Q-Park have found the answer. Q-Park have been ahead of the curve and have a solution that will assist both employees and employers.
The Employee Parking Platform is a scheme that Q-Park created 3 years ago, and they have many different businesses who have signed up to use them. Their popularity is in their simplicity and setting them up is as easy as 1,2,3:
1) The Employer negotiates a block purchase price with Q-Park but do not have to pay a penny!
2) Q-Park set up a discount portal that is unique to the employer.
3) The employer then sends the link to their employees who purchase their Premier Cards at the discounted rate through the portal.
Q-Park offer a wide range of different products to suit the more flexible and agile working patterns that have arisen since COVID such as the requirement to go into the office only a few days a week. The Flexi120 and Flexi60 Premier Cards provide set hours of parking per month for those working just a few days in the city centre per week. The standard Unlimited and Weekday products provide full time access for those returning to pre-COVID work life.
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Q-Park is one of the three leading providers of parking facilities in West Europe, whether wholly-owned, leased, managed or in a hybrid business model. Q-Park is notable for its quality approach and has a portfolio comprising over 570,000 parking spaces in the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, Great Britain, France, Ireland and Denmark.