Quote Originally Posted by TedBeau View Post
OK, what if there is no company policy. If the employee handbook makes no mention of weapons, what would the employer have to do to justify firing a person. I agree if the company policy prohibits it they can fire you, but what if it's not covered at all?

Any internet laywers want to take a shot at this one?
I'm sure the company policy states you have to listen to your supervisor, manager, the owner, etc,. All they need to say is don't carry a firearm. If you say no, it is insubordination (you would not even qualify for unemployment). Even easier to put the pieces together if you consider at will employment laws.

We can scorn companies with anti-2A policies / views, but as far as what is legal, easy answer.