In a recent inside Information Corp electronic mail obtained by the Herald, Derrick Crowley, chief transformation officer, expressed remorse on the “real mistake made by one particular person” earlier than chastising Information Corp employees already beneath strain from job cuts.
“Whereas such an error was disappointing, what disappoints me most is that the error was compounded by one other employees member’s motion in sharing the e-mail contents externally,” Mr Crowley wrote.
“For the particular person, or individuals, who forwarded this electronic mail to different media, that is an unacceptable breach of their employment contract,” he informed employees.
“We’re conducting an inside investigation to find out how the data was leaked and we will probably be coping with this severe matter accordingly.”
Whereas Professor Sloan was included on the checklist detailing the redundancy entitlements and payouts of senior employees, Information Corp insisted she was not leaving The Australian.
Professor Sloan, a former ABC deputy chairwoman, is scheduled to seem at a UTS alumnus perform subsequent week to debate the challenges and alternatives going through public broadcasting.
Information Corp Australia has declined additional remark.