Radio Shack carry policy

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    Radio Shack carry policy

    anyone happen to know what the policy is for radioshack on carrying as an employee?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GunnyBunny View Post
    Don't ask, don't tell!
    Amen !
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    If they don't prohibit carry in writing then carry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdivence View Post
    If they don't prohibit carry in writing then carry.
    Again, don't ask, don't tell.

    If it is against policy, then you have a choice. Not carry and keep your job if something happens - OR - Carry, survive/not be a victim, and possibly (likely) loose your job.
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    I used to work for Radio Shack, in their employee manual, it stated that no firearms were allowed on the property. It never said anything about keeping it in your car though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sticks View Post
    Again, don't ask, don't tell.

    If it is against policy, then you have a choice. Not carry and keep your job if something happens - OR - Carry, survive/not be a victim, and possibly (likely) loose your job.
    I agree with Sticks. I also worked for RS many years ago and there is stated in company policy no firearms on property.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GunnyBunny View Post
    Don't ask, don't tell!
    You took the words right out of my mouth!

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    I used to work for Radio Shack. Unless they changed their handbook, carry by employees is prohibited. On nights I closed I had to make the end of day deposit at the bank. Store was located in a strip mall about 7 doors down from a 24 hour Walmart. Not saying I did or didn't violate policy, but I felt safe walking to my car with the deposit.
    Often wondered what company policy would have been if something happened when I exited my truck to make the night deposit since I was armed, but not on company property or company time.

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    i recently applied for a job there; their employees are not allowed to carry. i have a friend who works in one, and he doesn't like it, either.

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    Well, somebody is not adhereing to policy! LOL
    I got into a conversation with an employee at Radio Shack about firearms and he showed me his Desert Eagle .50.
    Had it behind his back under a jacket!

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    I'd rather be fired than fired on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zsnake View Post
    Well, somebody is not adhereing to policy! LOL
    I got into a conversation with an employee at Radio Shack about firearms and he showed me his Desert Eagle .50.
    Had it behind his back under a jacket!
    Sorry, that man needs to be fired. My DE .44 is overkill for SD. A .50?!? Someone need to have a looooong talk with that boy about responsibility and over penetration, unless you have a lot of moose and bears robbing the store.
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