Ca: SaskPower employee fired for ‘snooping’ on more than 4,000 employee files

Alexa Huffman reports:

Snooping on personal staff data, including SIN numbers, salaries and spouse names, led to a SaskPower employee being fired in January.

According to a report released in June by the Saskatchewan Information and Privacy Commissioner, Ron Kruzeniski, the employee inappropriately accessed 4,382 human resources files from current and former employees at the Crown-owned company.

The report said the information included names, addresses, social insurance numbers, salaries and life insurance coverage and beneficiaries.

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