Employers often monitor employee network access, even install keyloggers on their computers, etc.
But the articles I found on the internet, is about the monitoring but not what they may do with the logs.
Let's see the following scenario: I'm waiting for an important e-mail so I keep my personal e-mail account web interface open, I just logged in, an waiting and not opening any of my e-mails. So my employer won't see my e-mails' content in the logs.
Since the user name and password passed through their network. They can obtain it from the logs.
May they use the username and password to log in, look at my e-mails and use the account on my behalf without my consent? (Just because they obtained the password)
I work here in Hungary, but the company is an international company, so the proxy is somewhere else (maybe in England).