According to reports, the company will give e-scooters to only those workers who are ready to come to the office 9 days a month. The tech giant will pay a registration fee of ₹50 and a monthly subscription of ₹44.10 for each employee’s e-scooter. This electric scooter is not like a traditional battery-powered two-wheeler, but it is the Unagi Model One which looks like a skate board.
Gets a range of 25 kms
The range of Unagi Model One e-scooter is tremendous. Looking very small in size, this electric scooter gives a range of 25 km on a single full charge. It can run with a top speed of 32 kmph.
The tech giant believes that with this electric scooter, employees living near the office can travel easily. This scooter is quite small and compact so you will not have to worry about its parking. Google is also installing charging points in its offices to charge these e-scooters.
David Hyman, founder and CEO of Unagi Scooters, said Google is aware that employees are really used to working from home and don’t want to come back to work. Due to this, Google has adopted the method of giving e-scooters to motivate the employees.
This will not only improve the experience of the employees, but will also be beneficial for the environment. According to a report, Google’s Mountain View headquarters as well as employees in Seattle, Kirkland, Irvine, Sunnyvale, Playa Vista, Austin and New York City can take advantage of the e-scooters.