Guns In the Workplace: Bulletproof Your Policy
As workplace shootings have continued with regular frequency in the United States, the issue of whether employees should be permitted to carry firearms at work has become a hot topic. Should employees be permitted to carry firearms at work, and if so, under what conditions? Are there any legal implications from either permitting or barring firearms? Do employers even need a policy on the issue? This webinar will discuss legal and practical issues employers should consider in deciding whether to adopt a firearms policy for their businesses.
- Legal Risks of Permitting Concealed Carry
- Legal Risks of Barring Concealed Carry
- State Laws on Permit Holder Rights
- Effect on Insurance Coverage
- Effectiveness on Preventing Workplace Violence
- Other Practical Issues
David Klass is Of Counsel in the firm’s Charlotte office. His practice focuses on representing employers in a variety of employment matters in state and federal courts, as well as matters prosecuted by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. David has significant experience representing employers against wage and hour claims arising under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and against claims of wrongful discharge, harassment, discrimination, and retaliation. He also has extensive exp... View Full Profile
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