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This website uses 1 & 1 IONOS WebAnalytics. This is a web analysis service from 1 & 1 IONOS SE, Elgendorfer Str. 57, 56410 Montabaur. 1 & 1 IONOS WebAnalytics uses pixels and log files to determine the following data:
Referrer (previously visited website)
requested web page or file
Browser type and browser version
operating system used
used device type
Time of access
IP address in anonymized form (is only used to determine the location of access)
1 & 1 IONOS SE receives this data as part of an order processing relationship and may only process the data according to our instructions and not for its own purposes.
We use the tool to evaluate your use of the website and to compile reports on website activity. We process this data on the basis of our legitimate interest in optimizing our website (Art. 6 Para. 1 S. 1 lit.f) GDPR).
You can prevent the installation of cookies by setting your browser software accordingly; as a precaution, however, we would like to point out that in this case you may not be able to use all functions of this website to their full extent.
- Up-to-dateness and changes to the data protection declaration
This data protection declaration is currently valid and is as of March 2020. Due to the further development of our website and offers or changes in legal or regulatory requirements, it may be necessary to change this data protection declaration. You can call up and print out the current data protection declaration at any time on the website at https://www.steinmueller.com/de/datenschutz.html.
- Personal data processing
The processed categories of personal data include, in particular, your master data (such as first name, surname, name additions, nationality and personnel number), contact data (such as private address, (mobile) telephone number, email address) when using the IT systems Accruing log data as well as other data from the employment relationship (e.g. time recording data, vacation times, periods of incapacity for work, skill data, possibly criminal record, social data, bank details, social security number, pension insurance number, salary data and tax identification number). This can also include special categories of personal data such as health data and information on religious affiliation.
Your personal data is usually collected directly from you as part of the recruitment process or during the employment relationship. In certain constellations, your personal data will also be collected from other offices due to legal regulations. This includes in particular event-related queries of tax-relevant information from the responsible tax office as well as information about periods of incapacity for work from the respective health insurance company. In addition, we may have received data from third parties (e.g. job placement agencies).
We process your personal data in compliance with the provisions of the GDPR, the Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG) and all other relevant laws (e.g. BetrVG, ArbZG, etc.).
The primary purpose of data processing is to establish, implement and terminate the employment relationship. The primary legal basis for this is Art. 6 Para. 1 b) GDPR i. V. m. § 26 Abs. 1 BDSG. In addition, collective agreements (group, general and works agreements as well as collective bargaining agreements) according to Art. 6 Paragraph 1 b) i. V. m. Art. 88 Para. 1 GDPR i. V. m. § 26 Paragraph 4 BDSG and, if applicable, your separate consent in accordance with Article 6 Paragraph 1 a), 7 GDPR i. V. m. § 26 Paragraph 2 BDSG (e.g. for video recordings) as a data protection permission requirement.
We also process your data in order to be able to fulfill our legal obligations as an employer, especially in the area of tax and social security law. This is done on the basis of Art. 6 Para. 1 c) GDPR i. V. m. § 26 BDSG.
If necessary, we also process your data on the basis of Art. 6 Para. 1 f) GDPR in order to safeguard our legitimate interests or those of third parties (e.g. authorities). This applies in particular to the investigation of criminal offenses (legal basis § 26 Paragraph 1 Sentence 2 BDSG), violations of the compliance guideline or in the group for purposes of group management, internal communication and other administrative purposes.
Insofar as special categories of personal data are processed in accordance with Art. 9 Para. 1 GDPR, this serves to exercise rights or fulfill legal obligations from labor law, social security law and social protection (e.g. Providing health data to the health insurance company, recording the severe disability due to additional leave and determining the severely handicapped tax). This is done on the basis of Art. 9 Para. 2 b) GDPR i. V. m. § 26 Abs. 3 BDSG. In addition, the processing of health data for the assessment of your ability to work according to Article 9 Paragraph 2 h) i. V. m. § 22 Paragraph 1 b) BDSG.
In addition, the processing of special categories of personal data can be based on consent in accordance with Art. 9 Para. 2 a) GDPR i. V. m. § 26 Abs. 2 BDSG (e.g. company health management).
Finally, consent in accordance with Art. 6 Para. 1 a) GDPR can be given voluntarily for e.g. photo or film recordings within advertising clips or for the website.
If we want to process your personal data for a purpose not mentioned above, we will inform you beforehand.
Within our company, only those persons and positions (e.g. specialist department, works council, representatives for severely disabled persons) receive your personal data who need it to fulfill our contractual and legal obligations.
In addition, we sometimes use different service providers to fulfill our contractual and legal obligations. A list of service providers can be viewed in the personnel office.
In addition, we can transfer your personal data to other recipients outside the company, insofar as this is necessary to fulfill the contractual and legal obligations as an employer. This can e.g. B. be:
- Authorities (e.g. pension insurance institutions, professional pension institutions;
- Social security agencies, tax authorities, courts);
- Employee's bank (SEPA payment medium).
We delete your personal data as soon as it is no longer required for the purposes mentioned above. After termination of the employment relationship, your personal data will be stored as long as we are legally obliged to do so. This results regularly from legal obligations to provide evidence and to keep records, which are regulated, among other things, in the Commercial Code and the Tax Code. The storage periods are then up to ten years. In addition, it may happen that personal data is stored for the time in which claims can be asserted against us (statutory limitation period of three or up to thirty years).
As part of your employment, you must provide the personal data that is necessary for the establishment, implementation and termination of the employment relationship and the fulfillment of the related contractual obligations or which we are legally obliged to collect. Without this data, we will not be able to carry out the employment contract with you.
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