Cookies and other tracking technologies can be used on the ctr.hr website in various ways, for example to make the ctr.hr website work, for traffic analysis or for marketing purposes.
What are cookies?
The most common reasons for using cookies are: identifying visitors, remembering specific user preferences, helping to enter information that has already been entered during previous visits, collecting data for analysis and promotional campaigns.
Cookies can be classified as:
Session cookies – are stored on your computer and are automatically deleted when you close your web browser. They allow the website to get temporary information, such as comments or shopping cart status.
Persistent cookies – Remain in your web browser after closing and usually have an expiration date. ctr.hr uses persistent cookies to facilitate access to registered users. They store information such as username and password, which allows you to use the “remember me” functionality when logging in, so you don’t have to enter your username and password every time you visit ctr.hr.
What are first party cookies?
They come from the website you have visited and can be temporary or permanent. They allow web pages to store data that is used when the user visits the web page again.
What are third party cookies?
There are several external services that store limited cookies for the user (Facebook, Instagram, Google Analytics). These cookies are not set by ctr.hr, and most often serve as an aid in interpreting user behavior and marketing purposes.
What options are available to you?
In browser settings such as Edge, Safari, Firefox, or Chrome, you can specify which cookies you want to accept and which you will decline. Where you can find the settings depends on the type of your browser. Use the “help” option in your browser to find the settings you need.
If you choose the option that you do not want to accept certain cookies, you may not be able to use certain functions on the ctr.hr website.