Consequences of Irresponsible Law Now in Employers’ Hands
Posted on July 1, 2016
Kansas government workers now have a right to carry concealed guns, without any training and without any consent from their employing agencies.
Here is a possible counterattack: employers should establish work rules that impose penalties of termination for reckless acts or accidents or for frightening customers by unconcealing any weapons not authorized by the employer. (Private employers can presumably forbid guns as such for non-security-related jobs, and here’s hoping they do.)