The Sun's Head of HR caught in sensitive information row

The Sun's Head of HR caught in sensitive information row

The Head of HR at the Sun newspaper has faced criticism after apparently disclosing sensitive staff information from personnel files to off-duty staff, Private Eye reports.

The magazine reports that in September, Rachel Martin approached a group of writers who were drinking together in a local pub. She told several of them that their “cards were marked,” suggesting they had done something to upset management.

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