Partner and FisherBroyles’ Employment Counsel Amy Epstein Gluck provides considerations for employers about workplace recording policies.

Sep 08, 2023
  • Employment Law
  • FisherBroyles News

Amy explains that employer policies should address workplace recordings and identify any reasons for prohibiting or restricting recordings, such as proprietary information, client confidentiality or patient privacy concerns. While Amy cautions employers to include a disclaimer that nothing in the policy is intended to interfere with employees’ rights under the National Labor Relations Act, this could be risky given recent NLRB decisions. She provides a workaround – take notes on the conversation and send an email summarizing the discussion and inviting the employee to correct, clarify, or confirm your interpretation.

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