Depending on the workplace location, availability of parking and parking lot
conditions can be a concern for both employers and employees. A parking policy
can address these concerns and establish the limits of the employer’s liability
for employee use of the parking facilities.
This policy discusses parking considerations, including parking and mass transit
fringe benefit allowance and the number of handicap parking spaces required by
Employers should consider the following legal and practical factors when
designing a parking policy.
· Parking Policy Considerations
· Ridesharing Programs
· Parking Permits
· Parking Rules
· Employer’s Premises
· Parking and Mass Transit Fringe Benefit Taxation
· Parking Facilities and the ADA
· Clean Air Act
· Vehicle Searches
· Safety and Security
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