Spying on the boss: don't depend on secret workplace recordings

People Problems

13th July, 2014
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Do you have the right to record formal work conversations with your employer or line manager?

Queries about recording workplace conversations are common, as mobile phone applications have made the practice more prevalent. Broadly, it is all right to record a conversation to which you are a party, even if you do not inform the other person.

In any subsequent tribunal or court hearing, your voice recording may not be allowable in evidence, but a...

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