January 5, 2021

Work schedule issues, and setting up new secure email.

So, my e-mail has been hacked for sure in the past, I even got an amazon order I didn’t order (approx. 6 months ago), cancelled the amazon order, changed my password, but overtime I keep getting more security notices about devices I don’t recognize trying to access my account and I have to change passwords far too often (In the past year I have only given my e-mail for Steam, Ps4, and for late December I ordered from amazon, and hellfirehotsauce). One thing that has been a big issues as of late is my email work schedule coming up as different than what’s posted in store. It has generally been only one day was wrong now and then, but this week my entire schedule for almost every day was different.

Nobody else at my work seems to have this issue. So I’m wondering if it could relate to my email being hacked, or could it be the system my job is using creating the error? (I am working with my job, but don’t know what we might be looking for if that’s the case) Either way, I clearly need a new e-mail, but seeing as this isn’t my field of expertise at all, I’d like to ask for tips and trick about how to make a new secure account (Should I change my phone number, or what all is compromised?). And to try to figure out why my schedule is so off considering I get my schedule the night before the new week starts, and I don’t want more attendance issues as I love my job and don’t want to lose it because of this.

Any help or advice is greatly appreciated.

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