Time savings come from not only being able to skip the commute to and from the office, but because telecommuters can basically roll out of bed and get right to work, rather than going through the lengthy grooming and wardrobe processes involved in looking business-presentable.But even people who spend most of their days telecommuting occasionally need to have a video conference with their boss or coworkers, and this can present a special problem for female telecommuters in Japan.Not only are many women in the fashion-conscious country uncomfortable being seen without makeup by professional and social acquaintances, many companies require, either through official policies or unspoken rules, that female employees put on at least some cosmetics before coming to the office.That puts female telecommuters in the position of choosing between going through the trouble of putting on their makeup for a video conference (which may only last a few minutes) or committing a business faux pas. Called Tele Beauty, the video chat project is a joint effort between the Japanese cosmetics giant and Microsoft Japan.
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They say the online video chat conversations allow to keep up relationships with the beloved people and satisfy desires to see the loved ones on a more frequent than possible basis.