No. of Recommendations: 12
This would be considered theft of company property - not using it for legitimate company purposes, and would be grounds for termination. And don't think they won't find out. It also reflects bad on you to those with whom you seek employment as it sends a signal you are incapable of distinguishing company assets from your own. In fact, it might even be a prospective employer that forwards your resume back to your company's HR department, landing you in the hot seat.

In short, don't do it.
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