Can we prohibit employees from making audio recordings at work? As advancements in technology continue to increase, and it becomes easier and easier for employees to surreptitiously record conversations, this inquiry is posed by many employers. In fact, we discussed this very question back in 2013. Unfortunately, the answer to this question is perhaps the
Disciplining an employee for secretly recording a meeting with a supervisor could violate an employee’s protected concerted activity rights under U.S. labor law.
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