A recent Harris Interactive survey of 2,625 adult Americans reveals some interesting attitudes towards employer confidential information, including significant variations depending on an employee’s age:
- 68% of 18-34 year olds responded that it is acceptable to remove confidential information from their place of employment. This contrasts with just half (50%) of those 55 years old or older believing such behavior is acceptable.
- 86% of those 55 years old and over believe someone should be fired for taking confidential information, while 74% of those younger than 55 years old think the same.
- 40% of adults believe it… More