A cookie is a small text file that is saved on your computer or mobile device when you visit a website. Cookies are then sent back to the originating website on each subsequent visit, or to another website that recognizes that cookie, to develop a record of your online activity.
Cookies on this site may be:
– For general website analytics we use Google Analytics.
– Automatically deleted after every visit (session cookies) or remaining in place during multiple visits (persistent cookies);
– Delivered in a first-party (set by us) or third-party (set by another website) context.
On this website, we and third parties are using cookies for different purposes, including: facilitating your navigation, personalizing content, tailoring advertising to your interests, and measuring site usage.
Specifically, we use the following cookies:
Once Google Analytics is created and implemented, Meatable will have access to the following key data points (among others) to evaluate site performance:
– Bounce Rate
– Avg. Time Spent on Site
– Traffic Sources
– Events (i.e., clicks)
In addition, Google Analytics will garner insights of its site visitors as well as optimize marketing efforts.
– Age, Gender
– Operating System
– Avg. User Flow
You do not require prior permission to place and read cookies for the sole purpose of communicating via the internet. The same applies to cookies that are strictly necessary to provide our services or analytical cookies that have little or no influence on your privacy. You cannot disable these cookies. This would seriously jeopardize the functioning of our website.
For all other cookies, we ask your permission before we place and read the cookies. This is required by law. You can give this permission on the basis of the cookie banner. It states that you accept cookies by clicking further on our website.
If you have published certain information publicly on the internet, for example on your LinkedIn profile, we can view that information. We do this exclusively in the context of recruitment and selection. Based on this information, no decision is made whether or not to admit you to an application procedure or to reject you. We will not discriminate against you based on this information. We can process certain data about you if you send vacancies and activities to others via our website. With this so-called “share function”, an e-mail is automatically created to forward the vacancy or activity. In addition to your own name and email address, the name and email address of the person to whom you want to forward the message will also be processed. This data is only used to generate the e-mail to be forwarded with the relevant vacancy or activity. If you choose to share content from our website via social media, your data may be visible to visitors of your personal page of the relevant social medium. We are not responsible or liable for the processing of your data via those social media.
Meatable may refer to websites of other companies, persons or social media, for example by way of hyperlinks.
Meatable is not responsible or liable for the processing of your data via those websites. This cookie statement therefore does not apply to the use of third party websites.
Meatable uses third parties to perform its services. Insofar as these third parties process your data on behalf of Meatable, they do this as a processor. Meatable has a processing agreement in place with those third parties, which includes security, confidentiality and your rights.
In some cases, your data may be passed on to recipients in countries outside the EEA. The main rule is that this is only allowed if a country offers an adequate level of protection. If there is no adequate level of protection in a country outside the EEA, we will provide appropriate safeguards to ensure the best possible protection for your data. An example of this is the use of model contracts approved by the European Commission. Regarding data exchange with the United States, we will always try to do business with companies that are certified under the so-called EU-US Privacy Shield. This is an agreement that governs the protection of data of EU citizens who are processed in the United States. The European Commission has (provisionally) approved this agreement.