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Is it legal for an employer in Minnesota to record general conversations in the work place? They are setting up a phone recording system that does not shut off when the phone call is complete, consequently, continuing to record non-phone call conversations in the department.
I understand their right to record conversation while ON the phone and to monitor emails, but are you telling me they have the right to RECORD EVERYTHING I say while I am there?? Can anyone else address this? Thanks for your response.
screen monitoring software to employee's computer. To avoid other activities including chatting, checking email, shopping, surfing, and looking at sites such as Facebook. But this course does not cover every activity, but it gives you a good idea.
yes it is legal to keep an eye on your employee .
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Paul you are saying correct ,that it is legal to track your employees.
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They are only allowed to record you if they make you aware that you might be recorded. Just like you have to inform clients that they may be recorded over the phone. If you know that you could possibly be recorded, you need to watch what you say.
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