Approximately 8,000 Shiseido Teleworkers Beauty staff working on customers thoroughly implement countermeasures February 26 11:16
To prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, Shiseido, a major cosmetics company, switched from teleworking to teleworking, which basically employs approximately 8,000 employees in Japan at home from February 26.
Telework is targeted at employees working at the head office in Minato-ku, Tokyo, and sales offices nationwide, with approximately 8,000 employees, or 30% of domestic employees, including group companies.
The period is from 26th to 6th of next month, and we encourage you to use teleconferences and teleconferences for meetings and meetings.
However, in the case of departments that cannot do business unless they come to work, they are calling for staggered work to avoid congestion in public transportation.
On the other hand, beauty department staff who serve customers at department stores and the like will refrain from touching the skin of the customer, work thoroughly after wearing masks and washing their hands, etc.
Shiseido states, "No new coronavirus infection has been identified in the company, but we have determined that it is necessary from the perspective of preventing the spread of infection. We will consider extending the period depending on the situation."
In preparation for the spread of the new coronavirus, the government is calling on companies to promote telework and staggered work, and there is a growing trend among major companies to encourage employees to telework.