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New Job With "No Carry" Policy Poll

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  • Sign the company policy and not carry as they wish.

    108 48.65%
  • Sign the company policy and carry anyway.

    73 32.88%
  • Sign the company policy and not carry but try to get it changed when you get the job.

    41 18.47%
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    To get this back on track,

    You are at the second interview on a job you really want to have. They are asking you to read and sign the preliminary paper work, part of which is the company rules and policies. In it, it states that there are to be no firearms on premises, neither building nor grounds.

    Given the choices in the poll, what would you do?


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    Quote Originally Posted by NC Bullseye View Post
    To get this back on track,

    You are at the second interview on a job you really want to have. They are asking you to read and sign the preliminary paper work, part of which is the company rules and policies. In it, it states that there are to be no firearms on premises, neither building nor grounds.

    Given the choices in the poll, what would you do?
    An honest person will either sign the paperwork and abide by the regulations or advise the interviewer that they cannot accept employment under those conditions.


    A dishonest person will sign and carry anyway. As an employer, if the latter situation came to light, I'd fire the person in a heartbeat - not only for carrying but for being a liar - and examine every aspect of his job performance to find out what else he lied about.
    An armed society is a polite society. Manners are good when one may have to back up his acts with his life. - Robert A. Heinlein

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    Quote Originally Posted by NC Bullseye View Post
    To get this back on track,

    You are at the second interview on a job you really want to have. They are asking you to read and sign the preliminary paper work, part of which is the company rules and policies. In it, it states that there are to be no firearms on premises, neither building nor grounds.

    Given the choices in the poll, what would you do?
    What's it pay?

    If it's a job I really want, hell yes I'd sign! These are very tough times and good jobs are very hard to come by. A handgun isn't the only method I have to protect myself and locking up the pistola off company property is an easy thing to do.

    I have a temporary job with the Government and it's the same policy there... no guns in your vehicle on their property. Piece of cake, I park off their property!
    ALWAYS carry! - NEVER tell!

    "A superior Operator is best defined as someone who uses his superior
    judgement to keep himself out of situations that would require a display of his
    superior skills."

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