We would like to inform our employees here about how we handle their personal data within the scope of the employment relationship.
During the period of your employment, your personal data is processed mainly for the execution or termination of the contractual relationship, including the tasks involved in each job. Other purposes can be processing to comply with legal regulations (incl.the rights to information of third parties) or measures to promote corporate development or communication.
We process the following personal data within the scope of your employment relationship:
We will forward your personal data to the following recipients in order to fulfil legal obligations, for example, or obligations arising from the employment relationship:
inquiries about the essential contents on the ruling concerning tasks relating to the rights of affected persons can be forwarded to the listed contact address but according to Art. 26 Para. 3 GDPR, these rights can be claimed by affected persons in all companies involved
It goes without saying that we adhere to applicable law when processing your personal data, so processing is only done on a legal basis. The following legal foundations in particular are given due consideration:
If we process your personal data within the scope of our justified interests, the reasons lie in:
You have the right to object to the processing of personal data within the scope of justified interests for reasons resulting from your special situation. We will then cease to process your data unless we can produce evidence of compelling reasons worthy of protection which outweigh your interests, rights and liberties, or the processing of the data serves the purpose of the assertion, exercising or defence of legal claims.
We collect data on wage accounting via the Electronic Wage Tax Criteria (ELSTAM) which provides us with the necessary financial administration means for correct accounting. This affects the wage accounting data listed below.
Once each purpose has been met, your data is usually deleted after 6 or 10 years under observance of the legal retention periods, but this can be as long as 30 years or more with various data categories, such as occupational pension schemes.
Note: The overarching information can be found on our main data privacy page.