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Normative Scheme for Work-related Personal Mobility: Everything you need to know

In 2023 a lot will change in the field of mobility. New tax rules mean that only trips that have actually been made may still be reimbursed tax-free.

In addition, the Normative Regulation for Work-related Personal Mobility (NRWP) obliges organizations (>100 FTE) to monitor the CO2 emissions caused by home-work and business travel. Many employees are far from being prepared for this, although the Fynch platform could easily help with that.

What exactly does the Normative Scheme for Work-related Personal Mobility entail?

Of all the kilometers driven in the Netherlands, a huge number is work-related. Ultimately, employers are responsible for the business kilometers made by their employees.

If we want to achieve the climate agreement and drastically reduce our CO2 emissions, something will have to change about these business travel movements.

This is also what the Normative Scheme for Work-related Personal Mobility is based on.

From 1 January 2026, every company must be able to demonstrate that the total CO2 emissions of business kilometers traveled within the company are below a maximum standard.

This standard is set every four years. As an employer, you will therefore have to have the CO2 report in order every year. This is certainly not the case with most companies at the moment.

By entering the NRWP you will have to collect the following data about the travel movements of your employees:

  • The purpose of the ride
  • The distance traveled
  • Transport type (train, bicycle, walking, car, plane)
  • The make and type of car
  • The age of the car
  • What fuel did you travel with?

Sounds like a challenge. Don’t be alarmed, however; there are a number of ways in which you can collect this data in a structured (and anonymised) manner.

How can I prepare my company for the introduction of the NRWP?

Are you already prepared for these changes? No? Fynch can help you with:

  • Automatic trip registration, including distinction between means of transport and destination. Fynch easily integrates with your HR system, so that you can offer a (flexible) travel expenses and work from home allowance without administrative hassle.
  • CO2 reporting: follow the development of CO2 emissions within your organization and be immediately ready for the new NRWP legislation.
  • Encouraging sustainable travel behavior: Employees are rewarded for active and sustainable travel behavior, they can participate in challenges and they can spend their earned coins in Fynch’s members-only, sustainable marketplace. This makes sustainable travel fun.

How does Fynch’s mobility solution work?

The employee downloads the Fynch app, which automatically registers all trips and home working days. The employee can then submit the home working days and business and home-work trips via the app, which are then entered into the HR system. A manager can then approve this and the employee is reimbursed for his trips and home working days!

Super simple right? Curious about the possibilities for your organization? Leave your details here and we will contact you as soon as possible!