Herewith we would like to inform our employees about our handling of their personal data within the scope of the employment relationship.
During the period of your employment, your personal data will be processed mainly for the purpose of implementing and/or terminating the contractual relationship, including the tasks related to the respective activity. Other purposes may include processing for the purpose of complying with legal regulations (including third party claims for information) or for measures for company development or communication.
As part of your employment, we process the following personal information:
We will send your personal data to the following recipients, e.g. to comply with legal obligations or obligations arising from the employment relationship:
When processing your personal data, we naturally comply with applicable law. Processing is therefore only carried out on a legal basis. The following legal bases come into consideration especially in the employment relationship:
If we process your data within the scope of our legitimate interest, this is e.g. in:
Against processing of personal data in the context of legitimate interest, you have a right to object to the processing for reasons that arise from your particular situation. We will then no longer process your data unless we can demonstrate compelling legitimate reasons on our part that outweigh your rights and freedoms, or that serve to assert, exercise, or defend legal claims.
We do not use the personal information you provide to make automated decisions about you.
Using the ELSTAM procedure, we collect data for payroll accounting, which the tax authorities provide us with for correct accounting.
This applies in particular to the payroll data mentioned below.
From 2021 onwards, the introduction of the electronic certificate of incapacity to work means that we are obliged to call up the AU data (i.e. the start and duration of incapacity to work, as well as the time of termination of continued remuneration in the event of illness) from your health insurance company on the basis of a notification of illness from your side.
Once the respective purpose has been achieved, your data will be deleted in compliance with the statutory retention periods, generally 6 or 10 years, and 30 years or longer for various data categories such as occupational pension schemes.