Sweating heavily into a pair of jeans and a tshirt is no different from doing the same in a suit.
Your individual preferences are irrelevant.
Oh, and if you want someone who does what I do and is good at it... well I'm afraid it is you who is in the queue, not me.
Maybe you should set aside a fraction of your invaluable time, and employ a small portion of your vast intellect and unique talent pool to look up the word "outlier" in a dictionary.
You have essentially the same attitude as the banker on ten million a year who doesn't understand why there are people who have to catch the bus to work.
you can bet high performers like myself won't work in your shop
Everyone on slashdot's a high performer, of course.
A perfect example of why suit culture is not just unpleasant, but is actively evil, and anyone ethical should help resist it.
Anyone who equates ethics with clothing choice is a fucking idiot.
Or is it only those in the full three piece suit with spats, watch chain and hat that provoke you so?
Often you can work at home in your pajamas, if you like.
That is entirely irrelevant for the majority of people who do have to go into an office dressed reasonably smartly each day. Just because you have a cool, highly paid job where you can sit around in PJs doesn't mean most people can.
It's just an inverted form of elitism.
Some things are just against nature.
It is perfectly acceptable to curtail other people's absolute freedom where it impinges on someone else's, e.g. you are not free to murder me.
The moral is very simple --- if you really want to be wealthy, stop being a worker, and start being an entrepreneur
Most people aren't entrepreneurs. To be a successful entrepreneur, your primary goal in life has to be making money. Most of us just want to earn enough to be comfortable and free to do things we actually enjoy.
You're either a natural born entrepreneur or you're not.
And, yes, I do remember Jon Katz.