Information, processing, revocation and storage
Upon written request we will provide you with information about what the personal data we have stored about you.
You are also given the opportunity to revoke your consent or amend, block or delete any personal information with future effect at any time. Exceptions to this are the data which we exclusively require to process contracts concluded with you and for technical administration or the enforcement of our rights or rights of third parties.
Any data that we are obliged to store will be permanently erased following the expiry of the statutory storage period or, otherwise, immediately after the purpose for which it has been stored no longer applies.
Furthermore, you are entitled to revoke any consent given to the collection, processing and use of your personal information with future effect at any time.
Revocation and other requests should be sent to::
milch & zucker AG
Küchlerstr. 1 61231
Tel: 49 (0)6032 93400
Fax: 49 (0)6032 9340 27
E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgWhat else should I know?
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The Federal Data Protection Act stipulates in Section 4, paragraph 2, clause 2 that the data protection officer must make the following information available to anyone in an appropriate manner, in accordance with Section 4e, clause 1, number 1:
1. Name of company responsible
milch & zucker
Talent Acquisition & Talent Management Company AG
2. Executive Board:
Ingolf Teetz, Kai Pawlik, David Rosenberg
Data protection officer: Gorana Tokic-Herrmann
3. Address of company responsible:
61231 Bad Nauheim
Tel: 49 (0)6032 9340-0
Fax: 49 (0)6032 9340-27
4. Intended purpose of data collection, processing or use:
The objectives of the company are eRecruiting and marketing, as well as any other associated ancillary activities. Secondary purposes include accompanying or supporting functions, in particular personnel, intermediary, supplier and service provider administration.
5. Description of the groups of people concerned and the relevant data or data categories:
The following specified, personal data or data categories will be collected, processed and/or used to fulfil the purposes mentioned under number 4:
The entire order data processing is exempt from the disclosure requirements, as the customer is solely responsible for these data.
Internal departments that are involved in carrying out the relevant business processes (in particular: personnel management, bookkeeping, accounting, purchasing, marketing, general management, sales, telecommunications and EDP).
External contractors for conducting the order data processing in accordance with Section 11 of the Federal Data Protection Act. Other external bodies such as credit institutions, tax advisers, insurers (salary payments, companies, insofar as the person concerned has declared written consent or the transmission of data is permitted in some other overriding interest).
7. Standard periods for the deletion of data:
The legislator prescribes a variety of obligations and deadlines concerning the retention of data. Following the expiry of these deadlines, the corresponding data is routinely deleted. Any data that are not subject to these regulations are deleted if the stated purposes under number 4 do not apply.
8. Planned transfer of data to third countries:
At present there is no planned transfer of data to third countries. In the event that a planned transfer of data to third countries in exceptional cases is required, this will only be carried out in accordance with statutory admissibility requirements in accordance with Sections 4b and 4c of the Federal Data Protection Act.
Status: June 2015