What is a cookie?
A cookie is a piece of information that your computer stores on its hard drive. It keeps track of your navigation of a website so that, when you visit the website again, it can present specific options based on the information stored when you previously visited it.
For advertising and marketing use, cookies can will also help to analyse traffic.
Cookies are not harmful to your computer. You are able to alter your own browser settings in order to check and change what types of cookies you accept.
- tracking how you use our website. This not only allows us to understand how you use the site, but also keeps track of patterns that might come about from this. This will improve the services we offer as a result of what you as a site visitors will indicate that you want and need;
- advertising jobs to you that we believe will be of interest to you. This should mean time saved for you when you find the jobs you want quickly.
Types of cookies:
1) Session cookies:
These cookies are deleted immediately after you have completed your web session
2) Persistent cookies:
These cookies remain on your browser even after you have closed the web session. When you revisit the website, cookie will be recognised by the website.
3) Strictly necessary cookies:
These cookies are crucial for effective use of the website so are not turned off. You cannot access our website and services without these cookies being turned on. These cookies are not used marketing purposes or remembering where you have been on the internet.
4) Performance cookies:
These are used for monitoring and improving website and statistics including traffic to the website and so on.
5) Functionality cookies:
These cookies will remind our website of your choices (eg. Login name, language, location) and provide enhanced features such as any areas that you have customised yourself. This could include a favoured text size or commenting on blog, for example.