My question involves labor and employment law for the state of: Minnesota
I am an hourly retailer worker. Won’t name the company, but it is a humongous corporation, if you get my drift, and has destroyed competitive retail in this country.
Hypothetically, if I get called into the “office” by management to discuss an incident or situation that occurred on my watch, and that I might have direct insight to, or perhaps was involved in as an innocent bystander - can they stop me or tell me I can’t record the conversation with them? In essence, do I have the legal right to record such a conversation with or without their consent? They "always" have a witness along side of them for these meetings to back them up. My only witness is to record the conversation.

Thanks for all serious responses.