I find it annoying to see the sign at many workplaces asking the visitors to remove shoes before entering inside.
As a customer, it is not a pleasant experience. And business is a lot about how do you make your customer feel. This particular idea of forcing the customers to remove their shoes before entering your workplace is outrightly insulting. It screams to the customer : “You are not welcome here as you are. You are welcome sans your dirty shoes.”
Isn’t it stretching the slogan “Work is worship” unreasonably? Because most of the temples expect the shoes to be removed outside.
Whatever is the logic, the insistence to get the shoes removed outside is unprofessional. It puts the visitors, including customers, in avoidable awkward situations.
It is one more reason for bad customer experience.