2nd Team Getting Their First Start
How do places enforce the ‘no shirt, no shoes, no service policy’? Do they view that as just a friendly suggestion that they are willing to overlook if a customer chooses to go shoeless or do they strictly police it? Obviously, masks are a matter of protecting public health, so it’s of greater concern but businesses probably have some sort of workflow in place already that can be adapted.Some stores already have that policy, which has in many cases led to arguments and, yes, even several fights. You should not place the burden of enforcing such a policy on the 78 year woman who greets shoppers at Wal Mart.
Creating such a mandate without enforcing it is worthless, and there's no feasible way to enforce it.