Labor and Employment chair Laurent Drogin was quoted in a Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) online article, “Should Managers Be Armed in the Workplace?” In the article, Laurent discussed the idea of allowing trained managers to carry guns at work, stating, “One can envision the majority of employees divided into two camps: those who are terrified by such a policy and those for whom it provides a feeling of safety and security. At the extremes, employees might fear for their well-being, especially where a manager is viewed as being unstable or hot-tempered. Strained interpersonal relationships between managers and employees would take on a new dynamic of uncertainty." To read the full article, click here.
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