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hi-lighting fill-in parts of contract / comment on tough negotiations with subscriber / comment on carrying fire arms July 21, 2017

hi-lighting fill-in parts of contract / comment on tough negotiations with subscriber / comment on carrying fire arms
July 21,  2017

KEN KIRSCHENBAUM, ESQ
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hi-lighting fill-in parts of contract / comment on tough negotiations with subscriber / comment on carrying fire arms
July 21,  2017
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hi-lighting fill-in parts of contract
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Ken
    I guess it was recommended to one of the technicians from a customer that hi-lighting the areas that need to be filled out would make it easier.  They did this on 3 contracts that day. Is this a bad idea, ok idea? Is it considered altering a contract?
Turbo Communication 
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Response
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    You can hi-light fill-in areas.  
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comment on tough negotiations with subscriber
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Ken
    From the National Training Center Alarm Business Class “There are times the most profitable customer is the one you force your competitor to take”.
Sincerely,
Dave Watkins
National Training Center
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comment on carrying fire arms
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Ken
re: on carrying fire arms from article on June 28, 2017
    So the takeaway on this employee carrying fire arms issue, is that if you are a licensed concealed carry citizen and your company knows that you carry and approve of it, they have to get additional insurance. What if the employee is licensed and the company doesn't ask and/or doesn't have a no carry policy and the employee carries without the employer knowing it? ....... and an event occurs that requires the employee to defend themselves or others from deadly intent with his/her firearm while on the job?
    I guess that means that in order for a law abiding gun owner to legally exercise his second amendment right for his own protection, he or his employer has to have additional insurance? ? ? 
    Where does one purchase their freedom of speech and religion insurance? How about pursuit of life, liberty and happiness insurance?  It would be my guess that it would be more appropriate to have insurance to protect against someone who illegally carried a firearm. There's a much greater chance of things taking a bad turn with an unarmed employee and an illegally armed person.... wouldn't you say?
Gene
Reliable Alarm 
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Response
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    Employer liability for employee actions is a serious issue.  Carrying a weapon in today's climate is also risky.  Keep in mind that the alarm employee we are talking about is not a guard in uniform responding to an alarm condition. One could easily believe that the responding guard is armed.  But a salesman or alarm technician?  How about the alarm company owner?  
    By the way, we have updated the Employee Handbook to mention fire arms and weapons, though it really has to tie in with the Employment Agreement because it's not likely that the same policy will apply to all employees; some may be justified carrying for employment purposes while others are not.  Keep in mind we are talking about carrying a weapon for employment purposes, not for Second Amendment rights.
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Ken Kirschenbaum,Esq
Kirschenbaum & Kirschenbaum PC
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