The Office where Shoes are Banned

If you land a job at Gusto, a $1 billion company that provides payroll, benefits, and workers’ comp insurance to small businesses in the US, you may want to get a pedicure before your first day — or at least invest in a few new pairs of nice socks.

Joshua Reeves, the cofounder and CEO of Gusto, recently told Adam Bryant of The New York Times that he’s implemented a no-shoe policy at work.

Gusto-barefoot-at-work“We started the company in a house in Palo Alto, and because I was raised with shoes off in the home, that house was a shoes-off home, too,” Reeves explained. “When we moved to a proper office in San Francisco, people said, ‘Let’s keep this.'”

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Proof Negative is the founder of Freedomizer Radio (Like us on Facebook), and host of the Proof Negative Radio Show. Also, he is the founder and president of Barefoot is Legal and also the Barefoot is Legal Facebook group.

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