Does your organization record meetings? Learn the legal implications.
With many employees working remotely or socially distancing in their workplaces, most organizations now conduct meetings electronically. Although online meeting platforms make it easy to record these conversations, you need to understand the legal implications before clicking the record button or permitting employees to retain recordings for themselves.
Meetings involving discipline, evaluations, and other sensitive business-related topics can pose particular challenges. By considering the various legal issues of recording and electronic monitoring, you can develop policies and procedures that retain the vital information you need while protecting your organization.
- Why is electronic monitoring necessary for managing productivity?
- Why do both employers and employees want to record meetings?
- What laws apply to electronic privacy?
- How do laws related to non-discrimination and protected concerted activity relate to recording meetings?
- What are the best practices for recording meetings?
- What action plans and policies should you develop?
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