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View Poll Results: How many people work at your company?

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  • Self employed

    42 14.00%
  • 1-5 people

    20 6.67%
  • 6-25 people

    26 8.67%
  • 26- 100 people

    25 8.33%
  • 101- 250 people

    29 9.67%
  • > 250 people

    158 52.67%
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    Major defense contractor. No firearms allowed on the property.


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    My employer is a software company with about 3000 people in MN, MA, and India with lots of We have a blanket no weapons policy.

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    Way more than 250 people. Way more.

    And oddly enough, as they are known as the conservative choice in news, they are anti carry as well. Go figure.
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    I work in a new car dealership. There is about 30 employees. As far as I know, I am the only one with a CCW, but the owners of the dealership are fine with me carrying.

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    I work for an small IT company that has about 24 employees. I carry concealed almost everyday. However, only one person knows that I do and I have never been made. I am almost positive that it would not go over well with most of the employees. I have also never asked the owner/my boss what his position on the issue is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SonofASniper View Post
    Self-employed. My boss is real slave driver, but at least he allows me to ccw on the job.
    Mine too....and wins all the arguments too........

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    That's tough to pick one. I checked self employed because I own my company, but I have 7 people working here. SO it could be either answer.
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    I have a couple of different jobs... my main bread and butter job is about 25+... I'll get sent home if I show up without my guns.

    My other jobs are my own deals, usually just me and one or two others depending on the job at hand... I send myself home if I have no gun, and send my help home if they dont bring one too.
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    people at work

    i wish i had a job.
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    Self employed. I'm fired immediatly if I forget my gun at home.

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    +1 to the self-employed. I'm an installer for a sub of a big box. Just got a new contract yesterday that makes reference to "contract terms between contractor and client." I've never seen a single regulation, but something tells me I'm not going to like these terms. Depending on where the job is and how much plumbing I'll be doing, I may not carry, but I've actually had a customer bring out his guns to show me.

    Quote Originally Posted by glock27mark View Post
    i wish i had a job.
    Location: s.e. mich

    There's your problem. I've heard things were tough there, but getting better. Good luck with your search!
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    Work in commercial real estate. Have my own company and love every minute of it!! And yes, all my employees carry!!
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    self employed....but have employees...no anti policy here
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    My employer has about 150 employees.

    We have no written weapons policy.

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