Cookies are tiny files that online servers transmit to browsers, frequently containing unique identifiers. Each time your browser requests a new page, these cookies can be transmitted back to the server. The website that downloaded or utilised the same cookies — can recognize them. This enables websites to determine whether the browsing device has previously visited them.
Cookies are commonly used to track user behaviour on websites. It not only allows us to better understand how the Site is being used, but it also allows us to navigate between pages quickly, collect your preferences, and improve your overall browsing experience on our site. To put it another way, cookies aid in the presentation of the most relevant and targeted content to each audience.
These cookies are crucial for you to browse the Site and use its features, such as accessing secure areas of the Site. You’ll be restricted from some services such as payment submission without these cookies.
These cookies are used specifically for gathering data on how users use the Site, which pages of the Site are most frequently visited, or if you get error messages on any pages. It only monitors the performance of the Site and does not collect any identifiable information on visitors.
These cookies record information about choices you make (username, region, etc.) and allow the Site to tailor the website to you. For example, if you set your location, the Site uses these cookies to save your location preference. The data these cookies collect are anonymous and do not track browsing activities across other websites.
These cookies are collected on the Site that runs any Adobe application or Flash program. It's officially known as a 'local shared object' (LSO), and it works similarly to a conventional browser cookie in terms of personalising the user's experience.
These cookies help the Site provide more advanced features and present content specific to you. Tailored content cookies help the Site understand the necessary information to display based on your past usage of the Site. These do not track your browsing activities on other websites.
Targeting cookies allow displaying advertisements that are relevant to you and your interests. It helps to assess the effectiveness of an advertising campaign as well. These cookies recall your past activities and are shared with other associations such as advertisers. You will see advertisements about our services on other web pages after visiting the Site.
It depends on whether the cookie is a ‘persistent’ or ‘session’ cookie. Session cookies only stay on your device until you cease browsing. On the other hand, persistent cookies remain on your device indefinitely until its expiration date or when deleted manually.
You can enable, disable, or even delete cookies via the browser you are using to view the Site. You can follow the instructions provided by your browser and it is usually found in ‘Help,’ ‘Tools’ or ‘Edit’ facility. Do note that you may not be able to access certain parts of the Site (applying or posting job) if you set your browser to disable cookies.