A California state department manipulated its own employees’ anticipation for contract bonuses in May when it sent them a cyber security test promising them a quick deposit. The message included logos from Golden 1 Credit Union and Service Employees International Union Local 1000.
A California state department manipulated its own employees’ anticipation for contract bonuses in May when it sent them a cyber security test promising them a quick deposit. The message included logos from Golden 1 Credit Union and Service Employees International Union Local 1000. Manny Crisostomo Sacramento Bee file photo, 2014
A California state department manipulated its own employees’ anticipation for contract bonuses in May when it sent them a cyber security test promising them a quick deposit. The message included logos from Golden 1 Credit Union and Service Employees International Union Local 1000. Manny Crisostomo Sacramento Bee file photo, 2014

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