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Old June 1, 2011, 07:19 PM   #4
Technosavant
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He'll be hard pressed to get his job back. Assuming an "at will" employment state, if he violated the rules for employees (many places, if not most, have a "no weapons" policy), he was terminated for doing exactly that. That it was to prevent a robbery is immaterial; he broke the rules.

Unless and until penalties are levied upon companies that choose to leave employees defenseless and then provide zero security, this isn't likely to change.
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