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Personal data provided are processed for purposes of information, management of applications for job offers, sending out the Newsletter, making appointments and commercial purposes. They are for the attention of HARDIS Groupe staff.
Data marked with an asterisk are compulsory to allow us to process your request. Failure to enter such data will mean that your request for information, your job application or your subscription to the newsletter will not be processed.
In accordance with the French data protection and freedom of information act of 6 January 1978 amended in 2004, you have the right to access and correct information about yourself that you can exercise by writing to HARDIS Groupe SAS, Service Marketing 34 rue de la Tuilerie, 38170 Seyssinet Pariset, France.
HARDIS Groupe SAS, represented by its President, is responsible for the processing of personal data collected on the site reflex-logistics.com.
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The use of these cookies is subject to your consent if they are not strictly necessary for the proper functioning of the relevant website.
Cookies make it possible for us to ensure that you can browse and view our Website, adapt the content or display of our service to your device to improve your browsing experience and optimize our Websites, establish statistics and audience metrics about the use of our Website, make it possible for you to share on social media, optimize the delivery of the advertising messages we provide and assess their effectiveness.
When you visit our Website, various cookies are stored on your computer, mobile phone or tablet:
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These cookies enable the Website to function properly and enable you to browse and make use of its features.
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To better serve you and improve the user experience on our Website, we measure our audience with a solution that uses cookie technology.
The data collected is used to provide anonymous statistical data on visits (number of pages viewed, number of visits, frequency of return, etc.)
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Refusing some of these cookies may have a negative effect on a certain number of features necessary for browsing our Website (difficulties in displaying or playing a video, etc.). In such events, we cannot be held responsible for these problems.
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When you visit our Website for the first time, a “Cookies” banner will be displayed, offering you the option to consent or refuse the various categories of Cookies.
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