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  • robb71
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    I can understand your concern on this issue. I'd be concerned also.

    As ScottB suggests, if no policy currently exists on password sharing, I'd make sure that one is created pronto!

    How did the former employee get access to the current employee's password? If it is a result of sharing, you always have the option of disciplining the active employee.

    Is this a result of computer hacking or password theft? If yes, I'd suggest contacting local law enforcement. They should be able to answer questions on if laws were broken or not. If this is the case, I'd make sure that IT is aware and investigating any possible security threats.

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  • ScottB
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    I have NO idea how you could attempt to collect damages from the ex-employee.

    Let this be a lesson learned.

    When someone leaves the company, everyone changes their passwords.

    They should not be sharing them to begin with, but your case shows they do.

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  • hhutch13
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    Confidential Records Florida

    If an employee was terminated from our company and we found out that this employee was logging into company software that is web based using a user name and password of a currently employed employee to get information for her new employer. The current employee found out about this and then reported it to us and he also changed his password. What grounds do we have to go after the terminated employee?
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