In their bylined article for the Vancouver Business Journal titled, “What employers need to know before they record their employees,” Partner Clarence Belnavis and Associate Margaret Burnham explore important caveats to be aware of before installing a recording device on the premises. While employers are generally allowed to record employees in Washington, there should always be a legitimate business reason to do so.
Clarence and Margaret go through the common questions an employer might have about recording employees. They discuss the different rules for audio recording and visual recording and the legal implications of monitoring an employee. They conclude the piece by offering four things an employer should do before installing any recording device.
To read the full article, please visit the Vancouver Business Journal.
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