Revealed: The most common office thefts

Revealed: The most common office thefts

61% of British workers admit to having stolen something from their office, according to new research.

Light bulbs, toilet rolls and even furniture are all common items that staff are accustomed to sneaking out of their workplace. The survey, which was carried out by cartridge retailer CartridgePeople.com, questioned over 2,000 officer workers on their light fingered tendencies. It seems that stationary takes the hardest hit, with 80% claiming they regularly steal pens, 40% say they’ve taken post-it notes and 25% take highlighters.

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