Can I record my boss yelling at me?
Can I record my boss yelling at me? Well, it depends. You can record your boss yelling at you in the context of a whistle-blower case or employment discrimination case. You can also record your boss if you live in a one-person consent state like New York. You are the consenter and the person you are recording is not required to provide their consent. In other states like Connecticut, you need the other person’s consent, otherwise it is illegal.
We have litigated this issue successfully. A client recorded conversations with his office coworkers because he was trying to build an age discrimination case. The employer counter-sued and lost. Why? The employer did not have a posted policy prohibiting recording at work.
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