A company that shows appreciation and respect – that’s Mobility as an employer. We actively challenge and encourage our employees, who are our core competence. We set high standards and provide individual support with targeted measures; this enables our employees to show their initiative as they master the daily challenges of their working day. Thanks to our unique corporate culture, we all do our utmost for our customers every day. Experience the Mobility spirit for yourself – be part of a meaningful business concept.
Mobility places a high value on offering its employees a good work-life balance. For instance, we offer 16 weeks of maternity leave, up to four weeks of paternity leave, and the possibility of taking up to two weeks of unpaid leave per year. Plus you even have a chance to work part-time in step with your circumstances. And what if you’re worried about something in your private life and need to talk to someone? – No problem. Mobility provides its people with anonymous external counselling.
Your time is valuable. At Mobility, you invest your time in a meaningful business concept by promoting shared mobility and sustainability. The focus at Mobility is on personal responsibility. That’s why we offer flexible working as a matter of course: it means being able to organise when and where you work, provided it fits in with your particular role.
Mobility is keen for you to demonstrate commitment and personal responsibility. That’s why we provide an environment where you can flourish. And there’s one more thing we think’s important: the need to enjoy what you’re doing!
In addition to a pay package that’s in line with the market, Mobility provides other employment-related financial benefits. These include subsidies for your commute by public transport, a free half-fare travelcard, a lump sum contribution for equipping your office at home, a profit-sharing arrangement, a free mobile phone subscription and car sharing at discounted rates.
Time to relax
Everyone loves their holidays! You get plenty of those at Mobility. In addition to the usual five weeks of annual leave, we give you a day off on your birthday. Then there are the (up to) 16 days of public holidays, all of which are paid. Plus the below-average working hours of 40 hours per week for full-time employees.