This comprehensive webinar offers practical solutions and common sense policies to successfully navigate this legally complicated and extremely sensitive issue. In just 75-minutes, our expert faculty will explore:
- Your organization’s legal rights and obligations regarding weapons at work,
- How to draft policies and implement procedures that balance employee rights and your need to maintain safety, and
- The legal pitfalls (and possible penalties) of banning weapons at work.
By the end of this information-packed session, you’ll also know more about:
- Federal laws on firearms in the workplace
- Which states have initiated ‘guns-at-work’ laws and what these laws mean for employers
- How ‘guns-at-work’ laws apply to everyday operations
- Guns in the parking lot- Latest rules on employees keeping guns in locked cars
- Gun law/policy notifications & notices- what and when to post
- How to communicate your gun policy to employees in a way that reassures them of their rights and safety
- Crucial red flags that could indicate that an employee will act violently
- Must have plans to put in place before a gun emergency erupts
Product ID: 5496
Learn Your Legal Rights and Obligations Regarding Weapons in the Workplace!Order my recording now
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
Ms. Burford represents management in employment-related litigation concerning claims of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, unemployment compensation, wage and hour, and workers’ compensation. Ms. Burford also regularly provides training on issues such as employee discipline, harassment and workplace violence prevention, litigation avoidance, and workplace policies and procedures.
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