Prudential respects your privacy, and we are committed to protecting it. We provide this privacy statement to tell you how we do that.
Sites Covered by This Privacy Statement
Visiting Our Website
You can search for job opportunities without telling us any personal information. You also may be able to set your browser to reject cookies. If you do that, the website may be less functional for you. To learn more about cookies, please read "About Cookies and Pixel Tags" as discussed below.
Kinds of Information We Collect
On this website we collect Site Visitorship Data as well as Personal Information that you voluntarily provide as part of the application process.
Site Visitorship Data
Site Visitorship Data is data about the way a website is used that is not associated with an individual's identity. We collect this information to analyze how our site is used and to improve it. The kind of information we collect includes:
- The pages visited on our site
Most Site Visitorship Data is collected using cookies or pixel tags. If you would like to learn about these technologies, understand why they can be useful to you, and learn how to adjust your preferences, please read "About Cookies and Pixel Tags" as discussed below.
Personal Information You Provide as Part of the Application Process
We use this data to assess qualifications and personal experience to determine if they meet specific job requirements. The information we collect includes:
- Email Address
- Telephone Number
- Race (Optional)
- Gender (Optional)
- Veteran's Status (Optional)
How We Use Information
Disclosure of Information
We may disclose information collected on this site to third parties as permitted or required by law, for example: a) Regulators, b)Vendors that provide services to us, and c) Law enforcement authorities.
Children's Privacy Online
This website is not directed toward children. We do not knowingly collect or post information from children under the age of 13. You can learn more about children's privacy and the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) at the Federal Trade Commission's website at http://www.ftc.gov/.
This privacy statement is effective as of September 30, 2009. We reserve the right to change this statement. If we change it, we will post the current privacy statement on this page. Any changes to this statement will be effective as of the day they are posted.
About Cookies and Pixel Tags
Most Internet browsers give you several options to set your preferences regarding cookies. Each browser version works in a slightly different way, but you generally have the ability to accept all cookies, be notified before accepting a cookie, block or restrict cookies from certain sites, or reject all cookies. You can follow these directions to set your preferences for cookies.
Microsoft Internet Explorer
Internet Explorer 6.0, Internet Explorer 7.0, Internet Explorer 8.0
- Go to the "Tools" menu, click on "Internet Options."
- Click on the "Privacy" tab, then move the slider to level desired.
- Click "OK."
Internet Explorer 5.0
- Go to the "Tools" menu, click on "Internet Options," click on "Security," then click on "Custom Level."
- In the "Cookies" section, go to the section "Allow cookies that are stored on your machine" and select an option.
- Click "OK" and click "OK" again the next screen.
- Firefox 1.5
- Go to "Tools" in the menu bar, click on "Options," then click on "Privacy."
- In the "Cookies" section, adjust the settings as needed.
- Click "OK."
For information about other browsers, earlier versions of Mozilla Firefox or Microsoft Internet Explorer, or other options for managing cookies, please check with the manufacturer.