This is a discussion on How big is the company you work for? within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Currently working in a corperately owned business,so it depends on what you mean by the company? On a store level (meaning my immediate coworkers) its ...
26- 100 people
101- 250 people
> 250 people
Currently working in a corperately owned business,so it depends on what you mean by the company? On a store level (meaning my immediate coworkers) its only me,and two other guys up front (counter) wich means 9 total,...BUT our corperate owners are in japan (sumitomo tires//falken tires) but we have ALOT of corp. offices in the states,and over 7,000 stores,so,...LOL
The new place I'll be working is locally owned//operated,and alot smaller level. (yet somehow makes more profit per shop,while offering fewer services!)
"To blame a gun for a mans decision is to foolishly attribute free will to an inanimate object"- Colion Noir.
lol....there is no option to select "unemployed" in the poll
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DoD employee here...I think there's a couple million of us.
Your second amendment rights are showing!
Mine has 45+ people swelling to double that during summer. There is a policy restricting carry but it is not well communicated. Work is a leased building and therefore has less restrictions than other company owned building. My LEO has told me to carry, the more the better in his mind. So, I am not consistent, but if I do you'd never know. If I don't it is not far in the parking lot.
About 150 in my office, but over 600 worldwide. "No gun" policy in the office, but no restrictions on personal vehicle/parking lot.
I work for the Great State of Alabama so I guess that's around 4 million
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Lima - you can't carry at work??? That surprises the heck out of me! Is the owner anti-ccw or just worried about liability?I work at a local family-owned gun shop.
I also am prohibited from carrying while working. The most I can do is carry to and from work, but I have to unload and put my gun in the safe before my shift starts.
"Do not fear those who disagree with you; fear those that do and are too cowardly to admit it" - Napoleon
I was a NICS customer service rep. When you guys used to have the ffl's call in a was one of the folks who were running your background check. We also have immigration and a homeland security contract. Now I'm taking care of my mom who's in the last stages of cancer so it's just her and me now.
"Fear is nothing more than an emotional response to the perception of danger coupled with the belief that I can't handle it."
"If you change that belief to 'I can handle it', you'll no longer experience FEAR. You'll simply see what you are facing is a challenge... an opportunity to test yourself.
I work at the university I attend part time (Penn State branch campus, about 5000 students) and for the US Army Reserve, both of which employ a lot more than 250 people and both of which prohibit carry in no uncertain terms.
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