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    Gun at work

    Just finished reading the employee handbook from my new employer. Read through it twice, no mention of weapons in it anywhere. So it's a don't ask, don't tell situation now. While I probably will not be carrying on the job sites, I will be able to carry in my vehicle or company vehicle if driving it.

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    Well sounds like you are good to go. Just don't get made and give anyone in management a reason to change the policy.

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    nice

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    Perfect!
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    Good job! :)

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    Keep that hand book for your records in the future if a issue arises...

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    Your lucky, my company forbids it
    Yes & do keep your handbook...
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    Quote Originally Posted by tmizzi View Post
    Well sounds like you are good to go. Just don't get made and give anyone in management a reason to change the policy.
    +1 to this advice. Low profile at work. Always a good way to go.
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    good for you. Every job I have
    ever had (mostly restaurant management)
    restricts any weapon on the job.
    Even though we handle money, come into contact with all
    types of people, walk employees to their car at night,
    a lot of crazy stuff happens in restaurants and of course no security officers.

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    Sounds good. Im not so lucky.

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    Stay concealed, no worries. Good luck.
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    That's good, keep a low profile as others have said.

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    Good deal. I'm self-employed. Guess what the carry rules are at my office?

    Please forgive me for gloating... After footing the entire bill for my health insurance, weathering long durations of negative cash flow, the annual agony of tax prep, I need to remind myself of things to celebrate every now and then...

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    Quote Originally Posted by WHEC724 View Post
    Good deal. I'm self-employed. Guess what the carry rules are at my office?

    Please forgive me for gloating... After footing the entire bill for my health insurance, weathering long durations of negative cash flow, the annual agony of tax prep, I need to remind myself of things to celebrate every now and then...

    Hehe, so true.

    In the company handbook in my head, employees (and employers) are allowed to carry too.

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    that's the way I would do it

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