5 good tips how to convert to a green fleet
It seems obvious, but make sure your planning covers all elements of the transition process and addresses the issues likely to arise. Here are some of the most common:
Be sure to emphasize the company's ambition to transition to a full electric fleet in the car policy and other relevant internal policies. Be sure to include all the details about the benefits the employee gets by switching.
Transitioning your fleet to EVs could lead to many internal discussions and may not be welcomed by all drivers. A strong communication plan should be in place to address the needs of your audiences, and could include some or all of the following elements:
Managers should to be among the first to switch to electric cars to show support from the top throughout the organization. Also select enthusiastic employees to participate in a pilot project and become ambassadors for electric cars.
Listen carefully to what employees, especially EV ambassadors, are saying about their experience with electric cars, so that early in the process you can deal with misunderstandings, concerns or worries. Also, be prepared to fine-tune your fleet policy to suit the needs of your company and employees on an ongoing basis during the transition period.