“Recording Conversations with Your Boss or HR” What You Need to Know
Sklover Working Wisdom
MAY 5, 2014
Martha was quite candid, “Of course you know why. On the other hand, if the purpose of recording a conversation at work is (a) to make a record of wrongful, improper or illegal activity, such as embezzlement, discrimination or retaliation, or (b) to make a record of your objecting to, complaining about or seeking to halt wrongful, improper or illegal activity, then making the recording of the conversation may be not only proper, but wise and commendable.