Company car via a ‘cafeteria plan’

A company car should be part of any tailor-made remuneration package

Company car via a ‘cafeteria plan’

A company car should be part of any tailor-made remuneration package

A tailored solution

The notion of flexible remuneration immediately raises the idea of a cafeteria or multiple-choice plan, in which the employer puts together their own remuneration package and conditions of employment. This choice is voluntary and for a predetermined period.

One of the options that can be included in a cafeteria plan is a company car. In exchange for this mobility benefit, the employee gives up part of their gross salary.

Benefits for the employer

  • Competitive remuneration package at no extra cost
  • Increased job satisfaction of your employees
  • Retain your best employees
  • Optimisation of your wage costs
  • Attract new talent
  • Increase productivity

Benefits for the employee

  • Remuneration package tailored to individual needs
  • Those individual needs change over time
  • Freedom of choice linked to responsibility

More information

If you would like to reward your employees with freedom of choice and the option of a company car, learn about the available car lease formulas by contacting KBC Autolease, or talk to your KBC relationship manager about the cafeteria plan.

Contact your relationship manager

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