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Banning Recording In The Workplace

January 4, 2016

It’s now technically possible for employees to record just about anything that goes on in the workplace, including exchanges with supervisors or customers, meetings and even terminations. There are many good reasons to ban or strictly limit the practice, according to Husch Blackwell attorney Alyssa Gonnerman, but any prohibition must be formulated carefully in order to avoid violating Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act or various whistleblower and discrimination laws. It’s not totally clear what “carefully” means in this context, but there are several appellate court decisions that provide some clarification.

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