15th August 2023

How to spend your ENIC savings to make your workplace cycle friendly?

Bike2Work Blog Team

Are you an employer who wants to encourage your employees to cycle to work? With the recent changes to the Employer's National Insurance Contributions (ENIC), you now have more savings that you can invest in making your workplace cycle-friendly. In this blog post, we'll explore different ways you can spend your ENIC savings to encourage your employees to cycle to work.

 

First up is cycle parking! Cycle parking is an essential aspect of a workplace cycle-friendly environment. Providing secure bike storage facilities can help reduce gridlock in car parks and make it easier for your employees to cycle to work. You could use your ENIC savings to install bike racks or invest in bike lockers. This shows your commitment to your employees' cycling needs and ensures that their bikes are safe while they're at work.

 

Another way to invest your ENIC savings is by providing paid-for cycle maintenance classes. These classes will help your employees learn how to maintain their bikes and keep them in good condition. It shows that you care about their cycling experience and want to support them in every way possible.

 

Sponsoring a local cycling club is another great way to invest your ENIC savings. This will show that your business is not only committed to your employees' health and wellbeing but also to the wider community. It could also encourage more employees to start cycling to work and increase awareness of the benefits of cycling.

 

Some clients have seen a reduction in sick days by encouraging their employees to cycle to work. This is because regular exercise can improve overall health and reduce stress levels. By investing in your employees' cycling needs, you're investing in their health and wellbeing, which can have a positive impact on your business's productivity.

 

Spending your ENIC savings on making your workplace cycle-friendly is a great way to encourage your employees to make the switch to cycling. By investing in cycle parking, paid-for maintenance classes, or sponsoring a local cycling club, you're showing your commitment to your employees' health and wellbeing. Additionally, you may see a reduction in sick days, which can have a positive impact on your business's productivity. So, why not use your ENIC savings to make your workplace cycle-friendly and reap the benefits?

 

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