Georgia's Parking Lot Law Has Less Bang for Employers Than Predicted


Georgia?s new ?Parking Lot Law? throws out company workplace violence policies that prohibit employees who drive their own vehicles to work from bringing a gun to the company parking lot, even throwing out those policies that would allow a gun to be brought to work if kept in a locked trunk of the vehicle. Balancing the employee?s gun rights against the employer?s property rights, this confusing statute has a number of exceptions and pitfalls for employers.

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