No-Recording Policies: May Employers Ban All Worker Recordings?
Recording others is easier than ever.
Employees have the opportunity to record both video and audio with the push of a button ... on their smartphone. Whether it is in a weekly meeting, a hallway conversation, disciplinary discussions, etc., any and all comings and goings in the workplace have the chance of being recorded. Employers are becoming more and more concerned about what content is potentially being recorded which is leading some to adopt policies to prohibit these recordings at work. Download this white paper to read about how these policies may violate the NLRA; and receive some policy pointers.
Steven M. Gutierrez advises Fortune 500 companies and small business owners regarding policies and practices relating to employment relationships. He has experienced addressing claims concerning wrongful termination, breach of express or implied employment contracts, violation of covenants not to compete, contracts for the protection of trade secrets, employment discrimination, wage matters, including FLSA and FMLA claims, defamation, torts and claims of retaliatory discharge. He handles civil rights litigation and discrimination claims made against non-profit organizations. Mr. Gutierrez works with companies in developing strategies to minimize complaints before they occur. He partners with senior management to implement in-house training, day-to-day counseling and to defend claims aggressively and successfully when they arise. Mr. Gutierrez is licensed in the United States District Court for the District of Colorado and the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals. He is a member of the American Bar Association, the Colorado Bar Association, the Colorado Hispanic Bar Association, the National Hispanic Bar Association, Board Member of the Justice Information Center, Chair of the Employment Law Section of the Colorado Defense Lawyers Association and former Board Member of the South Metro Chamber of Commerce Economic Development Group. Mr. Gutierrez has spoken at various seminars and authored several articles and seminar materials involving topics related to the employer/employee relationship. He graduated from the University of Denver, College of Law (J.D. degree) and the University of Northern Colorado (B.A. degree).
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