Agile HRO

Cookie Policy

Last updated: 1st of October, 2023

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that are placed on your devices when they load websites. They are widely used in order to allow websites to work properly, remember your preferences, improve user-experience and provide information to the owners of the site. 

By using our website, you consent to our use of cookies to collect and use your personal data for the purposes of collecting website usage data, and to give you a personalised and more streamlined online experience.

The personal data that we collect may include information about the way you use our website, your choice of Internet browser, the type of device you’re accessing our website from and where you are in the world. Where any information we collect through cookies qualifies as personal data, our Privacy Policyarrow_up_right_square applies to the collection and use of such personal data.

You can view and manage your cookie settings .

The different categories of cookies and their purpose

We mainly use cookies that are necessary for the proper functioning of the website, as well as for providing you with an enhanced user-experience. These types of cookies may include, but are not limited to:

Necessary cookies
 – These cookies are essential in order to enable you to navigate around the webpages and the various features. Without these cookies, services you may have requested cannot be provided.

Preferences cookies
 – These cookies allow our website to remember information that changes how the website behaves or looks, like your preferred language or the region you are in.

Statistic cookies
 – These cookies collect information about how you use the website, for example, which pages are visited the most often as well as if any error messages may have occurred. The information collected remains anonymous and does not include any identifiable information about the website visitor.

Marketing cookies
 – These cookies are used to deliver advertisements more relevant to you and your interests. These are generally placed by advertising networks, such as Google. We do not have third party advertising on our website, so we do not use targeting cookies for advertising purposes. We may use them, however, for gathering analytics and intelligence about the site. These cookies only use anonymous identifiers and have no way of associating identifiable users.

Third party cookies
 – Some cookies we use are from third party companies, which provide us with web analytics and intelligence about our websites. The type of information collected by these cookies mostly includes how a visitor has interacted on our website.

This site uses Google Analytics, which is an analysis tool provided by Google Inc. (“Google”). They use their own cookies to help us better analyse how users use this site, such as the pages you visit, the links you click on, and how long you are on our site. For more details, please refer to their privacy policy.

Other third party cookies: We may use various social media and other third party features on our website including Facebook, Instagram, TwitterLinkedIn, embeds from YouTube, Pipedrive and Microsoft.

These features may involve the relevant companies using cookies or linking your visit with cookies previously placed by them on your computer in order for them to collect information relating to your visit to our website or your interaction with their services or otherwise. These third-party services and cookie/privacy practices are outside of the control of Agile HRO. Providers may, at any time, change their terms of service, purpose, use of cookies, etc. Click the links shown above for further information about the specific features and those companies’ cookie/privacy practices generally as well as to opt out where this is possible.

Types of cookies we use

The table below sets out the most frequently used cookies used on our website.

Other user-tracking technologies

The site contains electronic images known as web beacons (sometimes called trackers). They allow us to count the number of users who clicked on an advertisement for our products or services from a third party site. Web beacons collect only specific information, such as the cookie number, time and date of visit, and a description of the page on which the web beacon is installed.

It is not possible to opt out of web beacons used on web pages, you will not be able to accept or decline them. However, because we use web beacons together with cookies, you can limit their use by deleting cookies or changing their settings in your browser.

Managing cookie settings

You may refuse to accept cookies by changing the settings of your Internet browser. If you do not want cookies to be placed on your device, you can control this through your browser’s settings. You can manage your cookies settings to clear or block specific cookies, such as third party cookies, or all cookies. Refer to the links below for each browser’s guide on how to turn off or delete cookies.

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You can also view and manage cookie settings on our website .

If you choose not to allow the use of cookies on our website, some areas of our website may not function properly or be accessible. Please note that if you delete your cookies, your website preferences may be lost: we won’t be able to recognise that you’ve agreed to our Terms of Use, Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy; or remember your country preferences. You will need to accept the use of cookies and provide other cookie-related information again.

A number of organizations and vendors offer information and tools to better understand and manage your cookies.

> If you’re in the EU: and Your Online Choices

> If you’re in the US:, and

> Google has developed a browser add-on to allow users to opt-out of Google Analytics across all websites which use it. This is also available in the Chrome web store.

> Some browsers include a feature known as “Do Not Track” or DNT. This allows you to indicate a preference that websites should not track you. However, while DNT is available in many browsers, websites are not required to recognize its request, so it may not always work. You can get help on how to use DNT in Google ChromeMozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge, Microsoft Internet Explorer and Safari.

> For more information on how private browsing works, as well as its limitations, visit the support pages for your browser: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft EdgeMicrosoft Internet Explorer and Safari (IOS mobile and desktop).

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