When companies hit a certain size, they begin to debate costly additions to the firm. When companies reach a certain threshold for the team and crew working in the company, a question often pops up. Should they have employee cars?
There are quite a few reasons why this is a bad idea, and they typically surround the expense involved. Yes, purchasing a car or multiple cars for employee usage is expensive. It also requires insurance coverage, new maintenance expenses, and many other costs.
For many, the conversation ends right there. But, there are a select few that have continued it past the stage of “can it be done?” They are now in the stage of “how can this work?” It’s an exciting part of the process.
Interestingly, there are some rather fascinating benefits employee vehicles can bring. Does it work to load the team up with the right gear?
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