Fynch and FlexForceMonkey are going to make the Dutch flex market more sustainable together

The Dutch market now has almost 2,000,000 flexible working temporary workers, self-employed persons without employees, consultants and interim workers. This group of employees is flexible: on average they travel slightly further than permanent employees and they regularly go to different locations.

This not only ensures that sustainable travel is a greater challenge for this group, but also arranging the administration around these employees is a major challenge.

In collaboration with our partner FlexForceMonkey, we take care of that for you. FlexForceMonkey takes care of the daily exchange of data between companies regarding the hiring of your flexible workforce.

To this end, they integrate purchase to pay systems, invoicing suites, human resource management platforms and back office systems, at both the client and the supplier. So Fynch can now register all trips of flex workers and FlexForceMonkey will then arrange the settlement.

This not only gives you insight into the CO2 footprint, but also control and ease of processing all data. And of course everything is done entirely according to the AVG standards.

Want to know more about FlexForceMonkey?

Go to the FlexForceMonkey site

How does it work?

The client and supplier coordinate the settlement of mobility
Payment model is set up in FlexForceMonkey
Flexworker downloads the Fynch app and configures it according to personal standards
Flexworker accounts for time via FlexForceMonkey (in portal or from 3rd party app)
Fynch Mobility app measures travel behavior
FlexForceMonkey combines time and travel data
Travel Impact is available on dashboard in Fynch and in FlexForceMonkey
Cost registration is unraveled within FlexForceMonkey according to the calculation model and communicated with systems at the client and supplier/employer

The benefits for you at a glance

No more hassle around the administration of the invoicing of travel expenses and hours worked by flex employees: everything is fully integrated.
Get direct insight into the CO2 emissions caused by mobility.
Already comply with the new legislation Normative Regulation Work-related Passenger Mobility.
Work in line with new tax rules (from 1 January 2022) whereby only commuting and business trips that have actually been made may still be paid out untaxed.
Stimulate sustainable travel behavior among your flex workers.

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