The Emploi-Québec site places a permanent cookie in the hard drive of our visitor’s computer hard drive to enable Emploi-Québec to preserve parameters on text size.
These cookies do not transmit personal information, nor do they enable us to identify you personally. Current technology used in navigating the Internet requires the information collected, which is used for statistical purposes.
The Emploi-Québec site uses Google Analytics, a website analysis tool provided by Google.
Using cookies, Google Analytics collects information about your visit to the section, for example concerning the pages you view, the date and time of your visit and the links you click. It also collects information on your device’s operating system, your browser’s language setting, the name of your Internet service provider and your geographic location. The data collected and your anonymized (shortened) IP address are stored by Google on servers located mainly in the United States.
Google uses the information solely to produce statistics and reports on browsing in the website. Google can disclose this data to third parties if legally obliged to do so or for processing by third parties at Google’s request. Google will not link your IP address to any other data it retains. Google Analytics is not used on our secured sites. You can install the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on on your device to prevent Google Analytics from recording data on your visits.
You should be aware that, as soon as you access the Emploi-Québec site, information is automatically exchanged between your computer and the Ministère server, without your intervention. The information does not identify you personally. It consists of:
This exchange of information is necessary if the server is to transmit to you a file compatible with the computer equipment you are using. The Ministère keeps the required information in order to have a record of the number of visitors, the pages visited most often, the technology used by the site's clientele, the referral sites and the countries of origin of visitors to the site.
We remind you that emailed information is not fully secure. This is why we do not recommend that you send personal information, such as your social insurance number, by email. Similarly, we do not use email to answer questions requiring transmission of confidential information.