Site owner: S2F – Partnaire Group
Legal representative: Philippe Gobinet
Head office: 1, rue Michel Royer, 45100 Orléans, France


A limited company (French Société Anonyme) with capital of €1,000,000
Orléans trade and companies register No.: 340 347 202
Intracommunity VAT number: FR24340347202


Regulated profession: under articles L.1251-45 ff. of the French Labour Code.
Authority issuing the authorisation to practice: DIRECCTE Centre-Val de Loire, Cité administrative Coligny, 131 Faubourg Bannier, 45042 Orléans Cedex


Telephone: +33 (0)2 38 78 94 60
Fax: +33 (0)2 38 78 94 69

Contact email :


Director of publication: Philippe Gobinet
Editorial director: Philippe Gobinet






The website is hosted by EVEA Group, 199 bureaux de la Colline, Access via 1 rue Royale, Bâtiment C - 2ème étage, 92210 Saint-Cloud.
Certain services are hosted by Google in France, 8 rue de Londres, 75009 Paris.




Links on the website


Given the specific nature of the Partnaire Group (Temporary Employment Agency), it is possible that some of the links that appear on our website may direct the user to websites managed by companies that do not belong to the Partnaire Group (non-affiliated third parties).


Given that the Partnaire Group has not checked the accuracy of the content on these third-party websites, it cannot be held responsible for any inaccurate information that may be communicated by these third parties. These parties remain responsible for all the information that appears on their websites.


The existence of a link does not indicate that the Partnaire Group endorses the contents of said websites.


The decision to follow any link that appears on the website is the responsibility of the user, who, at their own risk, shall use their discretion as to the validity of the information they may find on these third-party websites.


These third-party websites shall be held solely liable for their content, products, services and cookies, in the event of any damage arising from the use thereof.


The responsibility of the Partnaire Group is therefore limited to the domain, and ceases once the User has left this website.




Modifications to the information on the website


While we do our best to keep the information on our website up to date, we are under no obligation to check the accuracy of the content. This applies in particular to the existence, content or availability of the job offers shown on the site.


The User is responsible for assessing the relevance, completeness and reliability of the Content on the website, and the Partnaire Group shall not be held liable for any loss or damage that may be caused as a result of any incorrect information that may appear on it.


Similarly, the information on website does not constitute an offer of staff supply services, nor an invitation to enter into a business relationship of any kind.



Cookie policy


To provide you with an online experience that meets your needs as closely as possible, the website may ask you for authorisation to install cookies on your computer.


What is a cookie ?


A cookie is a file stored on your computer by the websites you visit. In simple terms, a cookie stores certain browsing data on the User's computer, such as the times and dates of pages viewed, the identification of pages visited, the pages consulted subsequently, etc.


This data can then be read subsequently by the site issuing the cookie to facilitate browsing on the site and propose a custom browsing experience. It is therefore possible that certain features of the website require cookies to be activated in order to function.


A cookie does not allow the sender (Partnaire Group) to identify precisely the user (you).


Interacting with cookies


Each time you visit the, website, you will be asked to accept cookies, unless you have set your browser to prevent this type of automatic request (by refusing cookies or accepting them automatically).


To find out how to set your cookie choices, see the instructions for the browser you are using:




Google Chrome

Settings > Advanced settings > Privacy > Site settings

Mozilla Firefox

Settings menu > Options > Privacy & Security > Cookies

Microsoft Internet Explorer

Tools menu > Internet options > Privacy > Select the required level


Preferences > Privacy > Block cookies


Settings > Preference > Advanced tab > Cookie zone

You can also use an online tool (such as youronlinechoices) to control your cookies.


Warning! If you disable cookies on the website, you will be unable to use certain site features which are facilitated by these cookies. Your access to certain parts of the website may also be restricted.


For further information about managing cookies, we recommend you contact the French data protection agency, CNIL


Cookies on the Partnaire Group website


Audience cookies - Google Analytics

These cookies are used to collect information about how visitors browse the website. In particular, they are used to understand how users arrive on the website and the paths they take around it. To find out more about the Google Analytics service, please see: Google Analytics - Protecting your data.



Social media cookies

We include third-party applications on our website, which allow you to share content from our website with other people, or to let other people know about your consultation of content on our website or your opinion of it. Such applications include, for example, the “share” buttons from social media such as Facebook and Twitter.

Social media services may identify you through these buttons, even if you do not use them while visiting our website. This type of application button can enable the social media to track the way you browse our website simply because your account, linked to the social media, is active on your terminal (with session open) while you are browsing the website.

The processes used by these social media to collect information about the way you browse our website and link it to personal data they hold about you are outside our control. We invite you to read the social media services’ privacy policies to understand the use they make of the browsing data they collect via these application buttons. These privacy policies should enable you to exercise your choices with these social media, in particular by adjusting your settings for each of them.