The good and the bad of revealing you carry.
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February 14th, 2008 10:25 AM
Sounds like you did good.
Les Baer 45
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February 14th, 2008 08:37 PM
You said it was illegal and I have yet to find where it is illegal. If they ask you don't have to answer and they don't have to grant it. The only time I have ever heard of any caring what you did on youe vacation was if there was some reason that they needed you to work and were hesitant about granting the leave. I know plenty of places that your vacation is when they close down and if you want to take any other time off good luck. I don't know about other states but in SC you have the right to take off any time you want to and your boss has the right to fire you for doing it.
Originally Posted by Ti Carry
February 15th, 2008 01:00 AM
yea there are always pros and cons to letting people know
personally, if you are ok with everyone in the workplace knowing, i think its great that they hear it. if theres going to be a few that are going to bug you, well then either dont tell anyone, or live with it.
im cant keep it a secret around here (im the pres of the universities pistol club, everyone knows)., nor would i want to.
the only reason i might keep it a secret at work is if i were to do something against their policy (such as leaving it in car in parking lot)
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