Cookies Policy


Our website uses cookies. Cookies are simple text files (usually several kilobytes in size) that a website sends to a user’s web browser when the user visits the website. Cookies perform a number of functions described below, thanks to which your next visit to our website will be easier and more efficient. Cookies are important. Without them, browsing the Internet would be much more difficult. At the same time, when using them, we fully respect the privacy of everyone who visits our website.

Cookies used on our website are grouped based on their function as follows:

  1. Strictly necessary cookies are essential for the technical provision of the basic functions of the website and without which the website could not function properly.
  2. Functionality – cookies which are used to provide some functions of the website, used mainly to personalise it and to significantly enhance user comfort when using it.
  3. Performance – cookies that track how many users and from what sources they have come to the website, as well as monitor users’ behaviour on the website, such as what offers they have viewed, what links they have clicked, or what features they have used. We then use the information obtained to analyse the operation and performance of the website in order to improve its functionality and arrange a user-friendly experience.
  4. Targeting cookies that monitor a user’s behaviour on the website and allow it to be analysed in order to subsequently display personalised offers and ads tailored to the user’s interests, even on other websites.


More information on each of the above groups of cookies and on the individual types of cookies used and their functions are available in Cookie Settings, which can be opened using the appropriate button on the bottom pop-up bar and at any time via the green button located in the bottom left corner of the currently displayed page.

The individual groups of cookies (with the exception of strictly necessary cookies) are used only if you agree to this by selecting the option “Accept all cookies” on the bottom pop-up bar, or by selecting the option “Allow all”, or by checking the individual cookie groups and then selecting the “Confirm my choices” option in the Cookie Settings (see above).

In Cookie Settings (see above), you can also withdraw your consent by unchecking the individual cookie groups and selecting the “Confirm my choices” option, and simply disable the use of individual cookie groups (except for strictly necessary cookies) at any time. In addition, consent can also be withdrawn in the web browser settings, or by switching to the so-called anonymous mode. You can also manually delete cookies that have already been saved by your browser.

Failure to express consent, or disabling the use of cookies, does not result in the total inability to use our website; however, if you disable individual groups of cookies, you will not be able to use some of the features and functions of the website. For example, you will not be able to keep your language settings or be able to mark job ads as your “favourites”.

The above collection and use of cookies may be considered the processing of personal data. Therefore, our general information on the processing of personal data which can be found here also applies to them. The legal basis for storing cookies in your browser is (except for strictly necessary cookies) your consent. The subsequent processing of personal data obtained through cookies then also takes place on the basis of our legitimate interests, which are mainly ensuring the functionality and security of the website, user comfort while using it, and the effective presentation of services offered and advertisements to existing and potential clients. You can object to the processing of your personal data on the basis of a legitimate interest. Automated decision-making and profiling can also occur when processing user preference data.

Our website uses Google Analytics, anonymous cookies provided by Google Inc. (hereinafter referred to as “Google”) to monitor use and provide website analysis (more here). The data generated by these cookies are transmitted to Google, which uses them to analyse the use of our website and to provide other services related to users’ activities on this website and on the Internet. Google may share this information with other third parties where required by law or where such third parties process the information for Google. Data collected through Google Analytics are processed only in an anonymised form and Google will not combine them with any other data it processes about users.

Cookies are stored for the time set for individual types of cookies, the list of which can be found in Cookie Settings (see above), or until you disable the relevant group of cookies or delete the stored cookies from your browser.