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HR & EDUCATION | Staff Reporter, Singapore
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Singapore firms suffer from snooping workers

94% admit their employees access unnecessary information.

About 94% of Singapore employers said their employees try to access information that is not necessary for their day-to-day work, identity management firm One Identity revealed.

According to its study, 16% of employers said this behaviour happens frequently.

Nearly half or 47% of IT professionals in the country also admitted to looking for sensitive information about their company's performance.

On a global scale, 44% of technology employees admit to this behaviour, compared to 36% in financial services, 31% in manufacturing, and 21% in healthcare.

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