SD Worx Recruitment – cookie notice

What are cookies, and what about them

Hi there! When you’re browsing our recruitment website to create your profile or to apply to one of our vacancies, our website is going to store cookies onto your device. With this cookie notice, we want to provide you with an overview of those cookies and further explain what they’re for.

 By ‘we’, we mean SD Worx Group NV, Brouwersvliet 2, 2000 Antwerpen, Belgium. This SD Worx entity is the controller of your personal data.

We have also appointed a Data Protection Officer (DPO). If you have any questions about SD Worx’ privacy and data protection practices, we invite you to contact our DPO by email or otherwise:

SD Worx Group NV
Attn.: Data Protection Officer
Brouwersvliet 2
2000 Antwerpen
Belgium
via email: dataprotectionofficer@sdworx.com

 1. What is a cookie?

Cookies are small text files that we store on your device via your browser. When you visit our recruitment website, we will place cookies that are strictly necessary and essential for the website to run, or to perform actions that you’re explicitly requesting. These cookies don’t require your consent, and don’t collect personal data. You can always exercise control or verify what cookies you allow to operate via your browser settings. If you prevent some cookies from operating, we cannot guarantee full functionality of our website.

There are a number of ways to distinguish cookies from one another:

  • First party and third party cookies: this refers to the domain (like a website) that places the cookie. Cookies placed by the website that you visit are first party cookies. If the cookie is placed by a domain other than the website you’re visiting, it is a third party cookie.
  • Persistent and session cookies: this difference relates to how long a cookie remains stored on your device. Session cookies are temporary and operate only during a single browser session. Once you close your browser, these cookies are deleted. Persistent cookies will remain on your device for a specified time after your browser session, and can be reactivated each time you revisited the website that stored the cookie.


​2. What cookies do you use?

In the table below, you can find an overview of the cookies present on our website, as well as other useful information about what they do and their duration.

Cookie name     Type                                What does it do?                                                           Lifespan?

rmk12                Non-persistent                 This functional cookie indicates if you have or                 Expires when browser session ends    
​                                                                  haven’t acknowledged our cookie banner.

JSESSIONID     Non-persistent                 This functional cookie is placed during                            Expires when browser session ends
​                                                                   your browsing session so that the server can identify
​                                                                   you as a user.

LoadBalancer    Non-persistent                 This functional cookie allows for session persistence.    Expires when browser session ends.

Linkedin_oauth_[id] Non-persistent           This functional cookie allows you to connect with           Expires when browser session ends 
​                                                                   your Linkedin profile if you choose to do so.

​3. Can I change my cookie settings?

Via your browser settings, you can change your cookie settings. Usually, you can access your browser settings via its ‘preferences’, ‘settings’, or ‘options’ menu. The pages below provide more information on how your browser manages cookie settings:

Cookie settings in Internet Explorer

Cookie settings in Chrome

Cookie settings in Firefox

Cookie settings in Safari

Please note that if you prevent some cookies from operating, we cannot guarantee full functionality of our website.