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Cookies policy on www.michaelpage.pl

 
During the user’s visit to www.michaelpage.pl, Michael Page International (Poland) Sp. z o.o. gathers standard information about logging and user’s behaviour patterns on the website. We do it in order to find out e.g. how many people visit the individual parts of the website. Our company does not link the data gathered on the website with any personal information.

What are cookie files?

 
A cookie is a small text file which is placed on the computer’s hard drive by the websites visited by the user. Cookie files are commonly used to increase the functionality of websites. The cookie files used on www.michaelpage.pl have been divided into the categories in line with the recommendations of the International Chamber of Commerce:
 
1. Strictly necessary cookies
2. Performance cookies
3. Functionality cookies
4. Targeting cookies

1. Strictly necessary cookies

 
Strictly necessary cookies enable the user to navigate through the website and use its basic functions, e.g. the possibility to submit a job application. Such files do not collect any information about the user which could be used for marketing purposes.

How we use these files:

 
• To remember information, such as type of job the candidate is looking for when browsing through various websites during one session of the browser;
• To fill in forms (job application, CV, etc.) or questionnaires.

We do not use these files to:

 
• Collect information which could be used to present adverts of products and services to the user;
• Remember user’s preferences or name for a longer period of time than the current visit.
 
Granting consent for the use of strictly necessary cookies is a precondition to use the website. In the case in which this type of files is blocked, we cannot guarantee the possibility to browse through the job database and submit a job application, or use other parts of the website; neither can we guarantee that the user is safe when visiting the website.

2. Performance cookies

 
Thanks to performance cookies, we collect information on the manner in which our website is used, i.e. data on the sites visited and the way in which the user moves to the sites they are interested in most. Cookies from this category do not collect data which identify the user – the information is used only to improve the general operation of the website.

How we use these files:

 
• To collect statistics on how our website is used;
• To improve operation of the website by assessment of its performance;
• To test various types of layout and functional areas of the website;
• To assess effectiveness of our adverts (important notice: we do not use this information to target adverts displayed to the user when they visit other websites).

We do not use these files to:

 
• Collect personal information which could be used to present adverts of products and services on other websites to the user.
 
In certain cases, cookies from this category are processed by external entities. These entities are not allowed, however, to use such cookies for other purposes than those listed above. Granting consent for the use of performance cookies is a precondition to use the website. If these files are blocked, we are not able to guarantee that the website will work in line with the user’s expectations.

3. Functionality cookies

 
Functionality cookies enable providing services or remembering settings aimed at making it easier for the user to use the website.

How we use these files:

 
• To keep the logging status on the website with own settings, thanks to which the user may respond to numerous job offers without the need to enter their data again;
• To remember preferences related to the desired job during the next visit on the website;
• To activate such functions as the job offer basket;
• Some of our sites use AddThis (the tool which enables users to share content by means of such social media websites as Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn), which may save selected cookies on the user’s computer.
• To display maps from Google Maps of the websites of our offices.

We do not use these files to:

 
• Collect personal information which could be used to present to the user adverts of products and services on other websites.
 
Additional information on cookies of external entities, such as Google and AddThis, can be found on: www.google.co.uk/intl/en/policies/privacy and http://www.addthis.com/privacy/privacy-policy#.UW0Imxz-GzE Granting consent for the use of performance cookies is a precondition to use the website. If these files are blocked, we are not able to guarantee that the website will work in line with the user’s expectations.

4. Advertising or targeting cookies

 
Although we do not actively participate in using cookies of this type, certain “functional” cookies of external entities, such as Google, may be used by these entities to target adverts displayed. Additional information on cookies of external entities, such as Google, can be found on www.google.co.uk/intl/en/policies/privacy/

What is the purpose of using advertising or targeting cookies?

 
Such cookies are used to display adverts which suit the user and their interests most. Their task is also to limit the number of times a given advert is displayed, and help measure the effectiveness of an advertising campaign. Such cookies are usually placed by means of advertising networks with the consent of the website’s operator. They remember the fact that the website was visited and make this information available to other organisations, such as advertisers. Very often targeting or advertising cookies are connected with services on the website which are provided by other organisations. It is possible to control such cookies by changing the browser settings or by means of external entity’s own tools. Do remember that blocking these cookies may result in lack of access to certain services on www.michaelpage.pl Cookie file management The internet browsers usually allow storing cookies on the user’s end device by default. Users may change cookie settings at any time. These settings may be changed, in particular, in such a way as to block automatic handling of cookies in the internet browser settings, or to inform that they have been each time placed on the website user’s device. Detailed information on the possibility and ways to handle cookies is available in the internet browser settings. Failure to make changes regarding cookies means that they will be placed on the user’s end device, and, consequently, Michael Page International (Poland) Sp. z o.o will be able to store information on the user’s end device and gain access to this information. More information on cookies can be found on: www.wszystkoociasteczkach.pl