In order to create more transparency in the processing of personal data by companies, European law has heard a new information obligation. As soon as the data is collected, you as the applicant should find out what happens to your personal data and for what purposes it is processed. The following information is available on the basis of Art. 13 DS-GVO.
1. Information according to Art. 13 Abs. 1 DS-GVO
1.1 Responsible and data protection officer
Vohrer GmbH & Co KG, Rosensteinstraße 9, 70191 Stuttgart, represented by the managing directors Heiko Gehr and Thorsten Jirsak is responsible for the processing of personal data. You can contact the person responsible under the following contact details: Telephone +49 (0) 711 2 10 38-0, fax +49 (0) 711 2 10 38-26, email Zentrale@vohrer.de. You can contact the data protection officer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
1.2 Purposes, legal bases and provision of your data
Your personal data will be processed to carry out the application process and to assess you in this context. We also use your data to communicate with you and to protect our interests in the event of a legal dispute.
The admissibility of this processing is based on § 26 Abs. 1 BDSG (new), according to which your personal data may be processed for the purposes of the employment relationship if this is necessary for the decision on the establishment of an employment relationship.
In some cases, the permissibility of processing is also based on Art. 6 Abs. 1 f). GDPR (DS-GVO), according to which processing is permitted if it is necessary to safeguard our legitimate interests or the interests of a third party and provided that the interests or fundamental rights and freedoms of the data subject do not outweigh the interests that require the protection of personal data. Our legitimate interest lies in the assessment of your performance and qualifications, the digitization of documents and the optimization of the work processes that take place overall.
In some cases, the admissibility of processing is also based on Art. 6 Paragraph 1a GDPR (DS-GVO), according to which processing is permissible if you have given your consent to the processing of your personal data for one or more specific purposes.
You are obliged to provide the data required to carry out the application process. Without this data, we cannot take you into account. This relates to processing that takes place on the basis of § 26 Abs. 1 BDSG (new).
The specification of special categories of personal data such as racial or ethnic origin, the specification of religious or ideological convictions or health data are not required by us as part of the application process. Should such information be provided anyway, this is done on a voluntary basis and has no impact on the selection decision.
The admissibility of this processing is based on § 26 Abs. 3 BDSG (new), according to which processing is permissible if it is necessary to exercise rights or to fulfill legal obligations under labor law, social security law and social protection and there is no reason to assume that the data subject’s legitimate interest in the exclusion of processing outweighs.
With regard to the implementation of the application process, you have an obligation to enable us to process your data. If this is not provided, you face legal disadvantages such as not considering your application. This relates to processing that takes place on the basis of Art. 6 Abs. 1 f) DS-GVO.
With regard to the processing of certain data, you have no obligation to provide. This does not result in any disadvantages for you. This relates to processing that takes place on the basis of consent in accordance with Art. 6 Abs. 1 a) DS-GVO.
1.3. Recipients of your personal data
Your personal data will be passed on to the following recipients as part of your employment relationship:
- Departments and internal bodies that are involved in the execution of the respective business processes (e.g. personnel administration, IT department)
- Processor within the meaning of Art. 28 DS-GVO
- Contractual partners (e.g. banks in the case of travel expenses reimbursement)
We do not intend to transfer your personal data to a third country outside the EU or the EEA.
2. Information according to Art. 13 Abs. 2 DS-GVO
2.1 Duration of storage
Your data will be saved for the first time upon receipt of the application. The duration is primarily based on the statutory retention requirements and our legitimate interest in further retention. Your application documents and data will be kept for 6 months after a rejection, unless you have given your consent for longer storage.
Longer storage may arise in individual cases if we have a legitimate interest in this and your interests worthy of protection do not conflict.
2.2 Rights of Data Subjects
You have the following rights: You have a right to information (Art. 15 DS-GVO), correction (Art. 16 DS-GVO), deletion (Art. 17 DS-GVO), restriction of processing (Art. 18 DS-GVO) as well as data transfer (Art. 20 DS-GVO). We try to process inquiries quickly.
If your personal data is processed on the basis of Art. 6 Abs. 1 f) DS-GVO, you have the right to object if there are reasons for this that arise from your particular situation or the objection is directed against direct mail (Art. 21 DS-GVO). If you object to direct mail, we will no longer send you any advertising messages.
2.3 Revocability of consent
Any consent given to the processing of personal data can be revoked at any time. The legality of the processing on the basis of the consent until the revocation remains unaffected.
2.4 Right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority
You have the right to contact a supervisory authority (77 DS-GVO).
Situation June 2009
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