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Caesars Entertainment Corporation
California Employee and Contractor Privacy Notice (U.S. Properties and Departments)

 

Last Updated: January 1, 2020

This Employee and Contractor Privacy Notice applies to the personal information of all California residents who seek to be, are, or were employed by, or were hired as an independent contractor by, any organization or company located in the United States that is owned, managed, or controlled by Caesars Entertainment Corporation or its subsidiaries (collectively, the “Company”). 

In connection with the operation of its businesses, the Company has collected, or may collect, personal information about you for certain business purposes, as described herein. These purposes include communicating with you and handling administrative and other tasks related to your application, your placement with us, your services or employment with us, any legal requirements applicable to you or us, and appropriate use of the information in the event of legal or compliance issues involving you or the Company. The Company may not collect every example listed within a category nor use every example for each business purpose identified within such category.

Category of Personal Information Collected
Examples 
Business Purposes

Personal identifiers

First and last name

Alias

Postal address

Unique personal identifier

Online identifier

Personal email address

Business email address

Telephone number

Social Security number (or similar government identifier)

Driver’s license number

Passport number

HR administration, such as benefits, payroll, and other employment-related purposes

 

Compensation and HR analytics, including analysis of employee personal information to improve hiring and compensation practices and employee satisfaction/retention

 

Regulatory and legal compliance

 

Employment/contractor application evaluation and processing

Benefits, payroll, security and emergency contact information

Insurance policy number

Bank account number

Medical information

Health insurance information Beneficiary information

Physical characteristics/description Photographs and videos

Emergency contact name

Emergency contact information and telephone number

HR administration, such as benefits, payroll, and other employment-related purposes

 

Regulatory and legal compliance

 

Emergency response and security

Legally protected characteristics

Race

Color

Ancestry

National origin

Citizenship

Religion or creed

Sex (including gender, gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy or childbirth and related medical conditions)

Sexual orientation

Marital status

Age

Medical conditions

Physical or mental disability

Genetic information (including familial genetic information)

Veteran or military status

HR administration, such as benefits, payroll, and other employment-related purposes

 

Compensation and HR analytics, including analysis of employee personal information to improve hiring and compensation practices and employee satisfaction/retention

 

Regulatory and legal compliance

Commercial information

Transactional information for discounted or comped employee purchases at Caesars-affiliated outlets

 

Employee purchases using Return Credits earned in the Total Return employee recognition program

 

Employee purchases made with company-issued credit cards

HR administration, such as benefits, payroll, and other employment-related purposes

 

Monitoring of employee expenses

 

Monitoring and improving employee benefit programs, including the employee discount program, Total Return employee recognition program and employee comp programs

 

Regulatory and legal compliance

Biometric information

Fingerprints

Iris or retina scans

Keystroke patterns

Exercise data

Facial recognition data

HR administration, such as benefits, payroll, and other employment-related purposes

 

Confirmation of attendance and performance of job duties

 

Security or authentication purposes, such as securing storage areas or network access with a fingerprint scanner

 

Regulatory and legal compliance

Internet or other similar network activity

Social media information (e.g. LinkedIn)

System log-in information

System passwords

Web browsing activity

Instant messages or other chat transcripts

Timeclock information (when employee “clocks in” or “clocks out” of work)

HR administration, such as benefits, payroll, and other employment-related purposes, including employee investigations and discipline

 

Regulatory and legal compliance

Geolocation data

Physical location or movements

Timeclock information (when and where employee “clocks in” or “clocks out” of work)

Employee badge swipes for access to restricted Company locations

HR administration, such as benefits, payroll, and other employment-related purposes, including employee discipline

 

Confirmation of attendance and performance of job duties

 

Regulatory and legal compliance

Professional or employment information

Current or past job history or performance evaluations

Resume/CV information (including cover letters)

Employment history and qualifications

Benefits information

Salary information

Background check information

Department of Motor vehicle records

HR administration, such as benefits, payroll, and other employment-related purposes

 

Regulatory and legal compliance

 

Employment/contractor application evaluation and processing

Non-public education information

Education records maintained by an educational institution, such as grades, transcripts, etc.

Employment/contractor application evaluation and processing

 

Regulatory and legal compliance

Inferences drawn from personal information

Profile reflecting a person’s preferences, characteristics, psychological trends, predispositions, behavior, attitudes, intelligence, abilities and aptitudes

HR administration, such as benefits, payroll, and other employment-related purposes

 

Compensation and HR analytics, including analysis of employee personal information to improve hiring and compensation practices and employee satisfaction/retention

 

Employment/contractor application process

 

Much of the information we maintain has been or will be provided by you, but some information may come from other internal sources, such as your manager, or external sources, such as previous work references, medical professionals, or tax, judicial, or governmental authorities.
 

In addition to the business purposes set forth above, the Company may use these categories of personal information:

  • To fulfill or meet the reason you provided the personal information;
  • To comply with our health and safety obligations;
  • To establish, exercise or defend legal claims;
  • To comply with applicable law, court orders, subpoenas or governmental regulations;
  • To respond to requests by public authorities, including for the purpose of meeting national security or law enforcement requirements;
  • In the event of a merger, acquisition, disposition of all or substantially all of the relevant assets of the business, bankruptcy or similar event (including due diligence related thereto);
  • As described to you when collecting your personal information; or
  • As otherwise authorized or required by applicable law. 

Note that we may retain application information for unsuccessful applicants beyond consideration of the immediate position for which the application is submitted as a reference in case future positions become available and are of interest. Application information for successful applicants becomes part of the applicant’s employment file and is treated accordingly. All personal information may be retained for a period of time only as consistent with applicable laws. 
 

The Company does not sell any employment/contractor-related personal information to unrelated third parties for monetary or other valuable consideration.  However, in the event of a merger of the Company with a third party or the sale of any Company-affiliated properties to a third party, the Company may transfer your personal information to the new owner(s). 

Lastly, the Company separately maintains protected health information (“PHI”) under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (“HIPAA”).  Please see our HIPAA Notice of Privacy Practices, which is available on Company’s benefits website, for information on how we use and maintain PHI.  PHI is not within the scope of this Employee and Contractor Privacy Notice. 

We reserve the right to amend this notice at our discretion at any time. If you have any questions about this notice, please contact CorporateHRTeam@caesars.com.