It tops the 2019 list on support for ‘Learning from others’ (97.9%) and has the third highest scores on ‘Informal social interaction’ (98.0%) and ‘Collaborating on creative work’ (96.9%), respectively.
The pattern becomes even clearer when other social dimensions of the workplace experience are taken into account. A considerable proportion of the Grupo Construcia’s employees working here agreed that their workplace supports them in sharing ideas/knowledge amongst colleagues (91.9%) and contributes to a sense of community (85.1%).
These outstanding social dynamics may be supported by the workplace’s predominantly flexible philosophy: with three-quarters of the workstations being non designated, the workplace is more interactive, and the silo effect is avoided.
In our overall analysis, we found that satisfaction with some of the indoor environmental quality aspects tended to be lower in denser workplaces. This did not apply to Grupo Construcia’s Madrid office, which achieved some of this year’s highest scores on satisfaction with ‘Natural light’ (95.7%) and ‘Noise levels’ (60.5%).