Organizations in the current COVID scare are experiencing a steep decline in demand for their products or services, forcing them to take a hard look at core services, and discontinuing anything which is seemingly luxury. The pandemic indeed has changed the regular way of work at HIDECOR as well and here is how we are coping or approaching the new normal. Our business has a very large offline
Coronavirus has plunged many global businesses into a paralysis. Most of the labour-intensive businesses such as architecture and interior design firms, manufacturers, aviation operators, and travel agencies are hit the hardest. Experts are suggesting a resilient approach to ensure longevity and surviving the crisis. This is not the time to use the situation and health hazard as an opportunity.
With employees spending an average of atleast 40 hours a week in an office, their work environment can have a significant impact on their well being and performance. Companies lose significantly on revenue every year due to high levels of employee stress, absenteeism, and loss of productivity. As a response, many companies are now using nature in the workspace to improve morale, health, and eff
Workspace design has always been hanging by a thread of being too gimmicky or evidently boring and uninspiring. Sometimes at the cost of being too cool or trendy, the designers might lose focus on functionality and practicality. From the business point-of-view, the fundamental requirements are always employee satisfaction and productivity apart from incorporating the core business objectives in t