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Workman Cookie Notice

Workman sometimes collects anonymous information when users visit our site, which helps us to provide you with a better website experience and service. For example, we keep track of which domains people visit from and we monitor visitor activity on the Workman website. We always do this in ways which keep the information anonymous.

The information collected is used to help keep the website useful and usable for our visitors. This includes measuring the number of visitors to different areas of our site to keep track of which pages users appear to find useful and which they don’t and monitoring what devices users are accessing the website with to ensure that it is as usable as possible on those devices.

One way in which this information is collected is through the use of ‘cookies’. A cookie is a small text file that a website can send to your internet browser which may then be stored on your computer’s hard drive.

Google Analytics

The Workman website uses cookies to help us with user experience and anonymous visitor metrics; some of these are third-party cookies set by Google Analytics (GA). We use GA to gather the types of anonymous visitor information described above. We also use GA in combination with site search data to identify how often our content is searched for and accessed. This allows us to improve our existing content and find gaps where new content is required.

Workman does not use this information to target advertisements and we do not pass any data to third parties.

Our website will function without GA cookies, so if you would prefer them not to be used, you can click the tab ‘Privacy Notice’ and turn off all analytics. Alternatively, you can find out how to disable GA cookies in your browser at the About Cookies website.

The below list details the cookies used on our website.

Lead Forensics

Contained within our website is tracking code provided by Lead Forensics. This code enables Lead Forensics to track the activity on the website and provide us with information on the IP address of the requesting computer (this data is not anonymised), the date and duration of the user’s visit, and the web pages which the user visits. The Lead Forensics tool uses IP tracking for identifying businesses and is not the same as cookies. The Lead Forensics tracking code only provides information that is readily available in the public domain.

It does not, and cannot, provide individual, personal or sensitive data regarding who has visited our website. It provides information on what companies have visited our website by identifying them from their IP address. This data may be used by us to contact the business about their experience or for marketing purposes. We will not pass this data to third parties for any reason. More information can be found at the Lead Forensics website or specific GDPR compliance information can be found here.