PeopleScout Cookie Notice

PeopleScout, Inc. uses cookies and similar technologies on our websites, including,, and (collectively, the “Website(s)”). Cookies and similar technologies are used to recognize you when you visit a PeopleScout Website.

1. What are Cookies?

Cookies are small text files placed on your computer or mobile device when you visit a website. Cookies are a widely used technology utilized by websites to help websites function and/or work more efficiently. Additionally, cookies provide website owners with reporting information.

Cookies generally contain a site’s name and a unique user identification number.

2. Why do we use Cookies?

We use cookies, clear gifs (AKA pixel tag or web beacon), log file information, and other tracking technologies to obtain certain information when your browser or mobile device accesses our Website. Such information may include IP address, unique device identifier, browser characteristics and/or device characteristics.

We use Cookies for a variety of purposes, including (without limitation) to: understand what web pages you have viewed, what links you click, the searches you conduct on the Website, how frequently specific pages are visited, measure email marketing campaign effectiveness, use behavioral analytics and advertising, and measure visitor and session data.

3. What Cookies do we use?

PeopleScout employs “essential” and “non-essential” cookies on its Website.

An “essential” cookie is a cookie strictly necessary for the function of the Website and to provide the information requested by you. These cookies cannot be turned off as, without them, the Website will not function properly and/or PeopleScout will not be able to provide you the information you have requested.

A “non-essential” cookie is a cookie that is used for all other purposes, including analytics. These cookies provide PeopleScout with meaningful insight into how visitors use our Websites. We use this information to improve the content and functionality of our Website.

The cookies we use are as follows:

Cookie Name Purpose and lawful basis More information
Marketo Munchkin _mkto_trk This cookie is set by Marketo. This allows a website to track visitor behaviour on the sites on which the cookie is installed and to link a visitor to the recipient of an email marketing campaign, to measure campaign effectiveness. Tracking is performed anonymously until a user identifies himself by submitting a form.
Google Analytics   These cookies are set by Google Universal Analytics. They are used to calculate visitor, session and campaign data for the PeopleScout website’s analytics reports.
Google AdWords   These cookies enable behavioural advertising and analytics on the Google AdWords platform.

We may allow third parties to display advertisements or links on our Website or applications. These companies may use Cookies to collect information about users who view or click their advertisements or links. The collection and use of that information is subject to the third party’s privacy policy. We are not responsible for the data policies, content or security of other websites or applications that may be accessed by you through our services.

4. How can I control Cookies?

You have the right to decide whether to accept or reject certain cookies. We will store your preference on the browser accordingly.

Most web browsers automatically accept cookies. You may choose to decline cookies if your browser permits, but doing so may affect your ability to access or use certain features of the Website or our services. Similarly, you may be able to adjust settings on your mobile device to limit the personal information it stores, and these adjustments may affect your ability to access or use certain features of the website or our services.

Your selection of a “Do Not Track” option provided by your browser may not have any effect on the cookies or the automatic collection of analytics information. This may be for a number of reasons. For example, not all Cookies can be controlled by browsers; unique aspects of your browser might be recognizable even if you disable a Cookies; not all settings will necessarily last or be effective; even if a setting is effective for one purpose data still may be collected for another; and even if one website observes a “Do Not Track” signal, that website usually will not be able to control other websites.