If an employee asks to audio record a disciplinary hearing should we let them do so?Posted in : First Tuesday Q&A ROI on 4 October 2016
The Company’s Disciplinary Procedure should be consulted to establish whether it contains any express provisions around the recording of disciplinary hearings. Where the Disciplinary Procedure is silent in this regard, the employer can refuse to consent to the recording of the hearing. Ultimately, if the employer consents to the audio recording of a disciplinary hearing, there is no legal issue preventing an employee from recording it.
Where the employee concerned suffers from a physical or mental impairment which prevents him or her from taking a note of the meeting, the
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