Can an employer prevent you from carrying at work? (I would suspect so.) (I still need to do more research on the company policy, but it would be highly surprising if they didn't prohibit employees from carrying. At least I know they cannot prohibit us from carrying in our cars/glove box.) Would it be smart and advisable to carry anyway? Would this be unlawful? Or only result in termination if discovered/used? I would like to know because I really plan to pocket carry while at work as I see no reason that an employer should be able to prevent me from protecting myself, as I have a constitutional right to do so and a license to do so. I was already making plans to purchase a pocket gun for work, but now i'm getting more serious because one time me and a fellow employee were out taking out trash by ourselves and were approached by a strange man (homeless?) who stared me down when I simply said hello, and then he proceeded to walk around behind me and stare me down. Luckily we at least had knives in our hands which were were using to cut bags open which probably deterred him. Otherwise he may have attacked me/us.