HSL Commuter Benefit in a nutshell
The commuter benefit is a ticket that the employer offers to their personnel for journeys between home and workplace. It is a fringe benefit that can also be offered only to a specific personnel group as a limited benefit. For employees, the benefit is tax-free. The employer pays no non-wage labor costs when the benefit is added to the employees’ salary. The costs of the benefit can be deducted in the company's taxation.
Supporting commuting benefits the employer, the employee, and the environment. It's a win-win-win situation!
What does it cost?
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The season ticket is a great choice for those travelling on a regular basis. You can choose either a one-time purchase or the carefree auto-renewable subscription.
The Journey Planner will tell you the zone in which your company is located.
Interested? Our easy-to-use Business Portal is a convenient tool for issuing commuter benefits to your personnel.
Why choose commuter benefit?
Make everyday life easier
The decision to offer your personnel the HSL Commuter Benefit will make your employees’ day-to-day lives easier both at work and in the spare time. The threshold to travel to the workplace will be lower for those who work from home and occasionally at the office if they for instance have a season ticket that is continuously valid.
Improve employee wellbeing
The commuter benefit is also a great way to improve your employee’s health, as using public transport for commuting involves incidental physical activity that yields health benefits.
A cost-effective fringe benefit
The commuter benefit is a cost-effective way to support sustainable commuting among your employees. For example, a 30-day season ticket for zones AB costs EUR 70.60 (in 2023). The season ticket allows unlimited travel within the zones between home and workplace.
Positive employer image
The commuter benefit supports sustainable travel, which is something that employees truly appreciate. Perhaps you could use it to attract talent to your company?