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Enter-Jobs Cookie Policy

Last Updated: 11th November, 2020

What are Cookies

Cookies are small text files on your computer, phone or tablet that are saved by websites you visit.

Cookies that are saved directly by the website you are visiting are referred to as first party cookies, and those that are saved by external websites that have parts that are included in the website you are visiting are referred to as third party cookies.

We use first party cookies to ensure that our site operates correctly. Also, by using cookies that provide information about the traffic that visits the site, we can continually improve the site.

Using your browser to block cookies

Most browsers have the functionality to enable you to block cookies. You should be aware that if you choose to block all cookies, you may find that some or all of this website does not operate correctly.

Types of cookies

There are three types of cookies that we use. When you first visit the site, you can choose whether to allow non-essential cookies to be stored on your computer, phone, or tablet.

Cookies that measure website usage

We use Google Analytics to measure the traffic that visits our site to help us continually provide the best experience to all our visitors.

These cookies are optional, and when you first visit the site you can choose to prevent these cookies from being saved.

Cookies that are strictly necessary

These are first-party cookies that allow the site to function and are strictly necessary.

As an example, these cookies provide the facility for interaction between different pages on the site and remembering who you are between different pages as well as other functionality that the site requires to operate.

Cookies used by Stripe

If you are registered on the site as a company, there are various places where you have the opportunity to pay for the services we provide.

We use a secure third party payment processing company called Stripe and on pages that relate to payments Stripe will save third party cookies that are required for Stripe to be able to take and process the required payment details.

You can read the Stripe cookie policy by following this link: