So, there are some really easy apps out there (like Record My Call) that will automatically record your conversations. I live in a "one-party" state, which means that as long as one party in a conversation is aware of the recording, it can be recorded legally. If you are in a conversation, you obviously have your own consent, so you can record all your own conversations. I'm not sure about how that works with employers, or if the game changes for some reason. Do any of you do this? It's not exactly unheard of for management to tell you to do something over the phone so that they don't have record of it in the DIAD (usually when telling you to do something unethical or against methods), or deny that a call was made, or deny what was said, etc. I would only keep these calls to use as an absolute last resort in case my job was on the line. Can anybody comment on whether this is an offense itself? I know cameras and recorders are no-no's in the hub, but what about recording my own phone conversations, especially as a driver with my on-car sup?