Naked Work-From-Homers Rejecting Video Calls

NEW YORK, NY (Ben Caxton) — With more and more people locked in and working from home during the pandemic outbreak it turns out video conferencing is becoming actually a bit less popular. Because the workes are often nude or partially nude and don’t want to be seen on camera. A survey of stay-at-home workers in the United States suggests 12 percent of workers have kept their cameras switched off during video calls due to a lack of clothing. Mentimeter, an interactive presentation tool, announced it commissioned a survey of 1,500 people working from home amid the COVID-19 pandemic and found 12 percent of respondents admitted to keeping their video cameras off during meetings on Zoom, Skype or Google Hangouts because they were naked or only partially clothed. The company also said 44 percent of those surveyed admitted they dressed in more professional attire specifically for video meetings, while 16 percent said they had re-arranged their homes to look more professional in the background of a video call. A total 11 percent of respondents reported seeing “something that they considered unprofessional” in the background of a coworker’s video call.


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