Are employees secretly recording your conversations?

10/23/2012 | Human Resource Executive

Many employees who bring complaints to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission have audio recordings or some kind of digital evidence to back up their claims, Keisha-Ann Gray writes. But employers have some legal recourse to prevent some conversations from being recorded. The Federal Privacy Act, for instance, bans individuals from recording conversations in which they aren't involved, unless they receive permission.

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