I have searched all over for a good breakdown of California Carry at Work Laws. All I have found is that your employer must post a “No Weapons” sign, and that a simple “No Weapons” clause in the employee handbook isn’t necessarily adequate.
My employer has no signs posted and the only mention of weapons in the handbook is they have the right to search employer owned property for contraband that includes weapons.
With that info, do I take the “Better to Beg for Forgiveness than ask for Permission” since they can not search my person. My Boss also is aware that I recently got my CCW and said nothing about not carrying at work.
Does any one else in California have experience with this?
Thank you to all for the input!
I definitely don’t want to break any laws or risk my job. I was looking for confirmation that I was good to carry with the information I had to this point. I am just worried if I ask Human Resources for permission they will say “No” and put a policy in place to prevent it.