Yukon Information and Privacy Commissioner Diane McLeod-McKay criticized the provincial government in regards to a complaint her office received about the accessibility of government employee information, CBC News reports. A government staff member filed a complaint in November 2016 expressing concerns that too many employees had the ability to access staff member data via the Public Service Commission’s human resources records system. The commissioner’s office discovered the data was available to 18 different human resources departments throughout the government. McLeod-McKay offered 17 recommendations for the Yukon government to implement to fix the issue.
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