If you are applying for a position with us, we use your personal information to:
a) facilitate the recruitment process and match your details to job opportunities;
b) match your experience to role criteria;
c) communicate with you in relation to your application;
d) keep you informed of job opportunities that we think may be of interest;
e) check whether you have previously applied for a job with us; and
f) monitoring diversity among job applicants and foster inclusion.
If you are an employee with us, we use your personal information to:
a) carry out and support human resources administration including recruitment and selection, compensation, performance evaluation and development, promotions, training, payroll administration, immigration and mobility, pension and insurance or other benefits administration, succession planning, employment status, reporting, and management;
b) enable you to fulfill your role in providing services to our clients;
c) conduct investigations and resolve employee disciplinary or grievance issues;
d) carry out performance appraisals, promotion assessments, and salary reviews;
e) comply with legal obligations to which we are subject and cooperate with regulators and law enforcement bodies;
f) deal with your inquiries and requests; and
g) maintain the security of our premises, facilities, and data.
In the course of conducting business and to the extent permissible under local laws, RGA may monitor employee activities and its premises. Some of RGA’s offices are equipped with closed-circuit surveillance cameras. These surveillance cameras are for the protection of RGA’s employees and assets. Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) is primarily used at office entrances and exit points, elevator lobbies, rooms where there may be valuable equipment, such as servicer rooms, and in other select areas with a high risk for theft or with highly sensitive assets. CCTV is not used in private spaces such as restrooms or new mothers’ rooms, nor is it used to monitor employee workstations for performance reasons. Recorded images are maintained for a maximum of 30 days unless there is a suspicion of a crime in which case they may be turned over to the police or other governmental agency.
You should be aware that any message, files, data, document or facsimile, or any other types of information transmitted to, through or from, received or printed from, or created, stored, or recorded on our IT and communications systems and information assets (included via the use of personal devices accessing corporate IT systems) are presumed to be business-related and may be monitored or audited by RGA in accordance with applicable law and RGA’s Acceptable Use Enterprise Standard. To facilitate this, RGA has implemented Data Loss Prevention (DLP) on its network. The purpose of DLP is to monitor and:
- protect the confidentiality and integrity of data belonging to the company, its Workforce Members, clients, suppliers, and other business associates;
- properly treat identified security risks and threats;
- ensure efficient and proper operation of its systems;
- ensure RGA is in compliance with applicable laws; and
- protect its Workforce Members and the workplace environment from harassment and discrimination.
To view the full DLP Notice, please click here.