Wire, Oral, or Electronic Communication
AdventHealth Family Medicine Osteopathic Residency at East Orlando wishes to maintain a fair, equitable, and confidential interview process throughout the 2020 recruitment season. The need to move to the virtual format leads to great potential for technical failures and brings up challenges that are unique to this virtual platform. Therefore, we guarantee the following: We will neither record nor distribute any part of any interview conducted on a virtual platform (e.g. Zoom, Teams, WebEx, Skype, etc.). This includes screenshots, still photos, audio recording, and video recording.
Likewise, we ask that the candidate agree to the same in order to preserve the integrity of the interview process. Your continued participation in our interview process assumes acceptance of these terms and conditions. In doing so, we understand that you agree to neither record nor distribute any part of any interview conducted on a virtual platform (e.g. Zoom, Teams, WebEx, Skype, etc.). This includes screenshots, still photos, audio recording, and video recording and applies regardless of whether the state in which I am located at the time of the interview requires only one-party consent. We thank you for your cooperation and look forward to meeting you.
Florida has what is known as a “two-party consent” law for wiretapping. Under Fla. Stat. ch. 934.03, it is illegal to intercept or record a “wire, oral, or electronic communication” unless all parties to the communication consent. This means, as a general rule, you cannot record a phone conversation without everyone’s consent, and doing so without consent can open you up to a civil lawsuit by the recorded party as well as possible criminal prosecution.