Sometimes it's hard to get good help.
In what has quickly become a corporate gaffe and not the type of PR a company is looking for, apparently a temporary employment agency in Conyers dumped some sensitive documents at the Smyrna Recycling Center that has now triggered a state investigation.
On Wednesday, the Governor’s Office of Consumer Affairs began a civil investigation. The documents included W2 forms for 1998, 1999 and 2000, Social Security numbers and other sensitive personal information, a Smyrna police report said. Bill Cloud of the GOCA said a notice was sent Friday to Pro Temps informing the company it’s being investigated.
Or better yet, instead of taking them to the Smyrna Recycling Center, the temp agency should consider going to Shredfest in Roswell.
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