Our offices in London and Bratislava proven to be outstanding work environments
We build workspaces where people feel well. To make sure it’s not an empty promise, we partner up with Leesman and assess how people feel in our offices across Europe. This year, we focused on London and Bratislava which have scored above average in both locations.
The Leesman Index is a standardised framework measuring employees’ workplace experiences and how successfully our workplaces support people. This year, we opted for Leesman Hybrid and explored how our teams feel in both home and office settings.
How we scored
The Leeman scores are measured out of 100 ‘Lmi’ for office experience and ‘H-Lmi’ for home working experience. In 2019, the best office in the world scored 89.6 Lmi, and according to the Leesman report published in 2020, both of our offices would have made it in the top 30 workspaces in the world with their scores.
Scoring in hybrid
Our scores show that both our office and supported home working environments provide an outstanding experience. The survey took over three weeks and offered extensive insights and data confirming that people-centric design, which has been our strategic mantra for years now, is the right route to take, especially in these challenging times.
Soon after the pandemic started, we started guiding companies through the rapidly changing office world, offering guidance with hybrid work setups. We made sure to apply the same core principles to our offices to make them future-proof places where everyone feels supported, even when they are not actually there.
The Leesman Hybrid Survey combines both office and home survey methodologies. The survey was carried out online, and around 500 employees were asked to approach the questions from the perspective of both worlds such as: What’s your access to technology like? What’s your overall perceived productivity and your sense of connection? How do you feel about your work-life balance?
Offices that make businesses grow
Supporting wellbeing goes hand in hand with boosted productivity. The Bratislava survey revealed that the working environment supports these two activities the most: relaxing / taking a break and working on individual work tasks. In London, people feel the workspace design mostly supports business discussions, project work and creative thinking. This is exactly what a people-centric office boils down to: trust, freedom and an encouraging environment where things get done.