The body responsible for
www.stf-gruppe.de is: STF Gruppe GmbH, Wierlings Esch 14, 48249 Dülmen (“STF”) represented by the management. The data protection officer is at your disposal at email@example.com .
www.stf-tele-consult.de is: STF Tele Consult GmbH, Wierlings Esch 14, 48249 Dülmen (“STF”) represented by the management. The data protection officer is available to you at firstname.lastname@example.org .
www.stf-energy.de is: STF Energy GmbH, Wierlings Esch 14, 48249 Dülmen (“STF”) represented by the management. The data protection officer is available to you at email@example.com .
www.stf-itech.de is: STF ITech GmbH, Wierlings Esch 14, 48249 Dülmen (“STF”) represented by the management. The data protection officer is available to you at firstname.lastname@example.org .
What does the STF do with my personal data?
The STF processes the personal data covered by this data protection declaration exclusively as described herein. Further information can be found in sections B and C below. Where the processing of your personal data is based on a statutory authorisation, Section B below contains information on which personal data the STF processes or uses for which purposes. If your consent is required for the processing of your personal data, you will find further information in Section C below.
How long does the STF process personal data?
Where STF processes and uses your personal data by virtue of a statutory authorisation (see Section B below) or with your consent (see Section C below), STF will only store your personal data for as long as is necessary for the purposes set out below, or until you object to STF using your personal data (where STF has a legitimate interest in using your personal data) or until you withdraw your consent (where you have consented to STF using your personal data). However, if STF is required by law to store your personal data for a longer period or if STF requires your personal data to assert legal claims or to defend itself against legal claims, STF will store your personal data until the end of the relevant retention period or until the claims have been settled.
Why do I have to provide personal data?
In principle, the granting of consent or the provision of personal data is completely voluntary. If you do not give your consent or provide any personal data, this will generally not have any adverse effects on you. However, there are situations in which STF cannot act without certain personal data, for example because this personal data is required to comply with your request to contact us via our contact form. In such cases, STF will unfortunately not be able to provide you with the requested information without the relevant personal data.
Where will my personal data be processed?
The STF Group processes the data within the affiliated companies of the Group and external service providers both within and outside the European Economic Area (“EEA”). As a result, whenever STF uses or otherwise processes your personal data for the purposes described in this Privacy Statement, it may transfer your personal data to countries outside the EEA, including countries where there is a level of data protection that is not comparable to the level of data protection within the EEA. Such a transfer will then be subject to the standard contractual clauses in accordance with EU Commission Decision 2010/87/EU or its successor in order to contractually ensure the protection of your personal data by a level of protection applicable in the EEA.
Rights of the persons concerned:
You may at any time obtain from STF information on which personal data STF processes about you (pursuant to Article 15 DSGVO), as well as the correction (pursuant to Article 16 DSGVO) or deletion (pursuant to Article 17 DSGVO) of such personal data. The restrictions according to §§ 34 and 35 BDSG apply to the right of access and the right of deletion. Please note, however, that the STF can only delete your personal data if there is no legal obligation to store them or if the STF has no primary right to store them.
If the STF uses your personal data on the basis of your consent or to implement a contract with you, you can also request a copy of the personal data you have provided to the STF from the STF. Please send your request to the e-mail address below, specifying the information or processing activity to which your request relates, the format in which you would like this information to be sent, and whether the personal data should be sent to you or to another recipient. The STF will carefully examine your request and clarify with you how it can best be fulfilled.
You may also request STF to restrict the further processing of your personal data in the following cases:
- If you claim that the personal data about you held by the STF is false (but only for as long as it takes the STF to verify the accuracy of that personal data),
- If there is no legal basis for the processing of your personal data by the STF and you request that your personal data no longer be further processed by the STF,
- If STF no longer needs your personal data, but you claim that STF must retain this data so that you can assert or exercise legal claims or defend against claims by third parties, or
- If you object to the processing of your personal data by the STF (based on the legitimate interest of the STF as described in Section B below), as long as the examination of a overriding interest of the STF in the processing of your personal data or a statutory retention obligation requires.
Please address all enquiries under this section to Datenschutz@stf-gruppe.de .
Right of appeal (pursuant to Article 77 DSGVO in conjunction with § 19 BDSG):
If you are of the opinion that the STF does not process your personal data in accordance with the requirements described herein or with the data protection laws applicable in the EEA, you can lodge a complaint at any time with the data protection authority in which your residence is located or with the data protection authority of the country or federal state in which the STF has its registered office. A list of the supervisory authorities can be found here: https://www.bfdi.bund.de/DE/Infothek/Anschriften_Links/anschriften_links-node.html
Where does the STF use my personal data on the basis of a legal basis for permission (basis for contract fulfilment according to Art. 6 para. 1 letter b DSGVO)?
In the following cases, the STF is permitted to process your personal data under the applicable data protection laws.
Provision of the desired goods or services:
When you order goods or services from STF, STF uses the personal data you provide in your order (usually the following information or part of it): Your name, (e-mail) address, telephone number, name and address of your company, job title or role and, if payment is to be made to STF, your bank details) will only be used to process your order or provide the services you have requested. This may include taking the necessary steps before concluding a contract, answering your related questions, providing billing information.
STF may use your email address to notify you of changes to STF services and to send you legally required notices and other notices. In general, users cannot opt out of receiving such information, which is not marketing related, but only necessary for the particular business relationship. With respect to marketing-related types of communications (i.e., e-mails and telephone calls), STF will (i) where required by law, not provide such information to you until you have given your consent, and (ii) provide you with the opportunity to opt out of receiving further marketing-related types of communications. You may object at any time, free of charge, at email@example.com .
Transfer of your personal data to other companies within the STF Group:
STF may transfer your personal data to other companies within the STF Group. An up-to-date list of the STF Group companies can be found in Section A under Responsible parties. In the event of a transfer, these companies will use your personal data for the same purposes and under the same conditions as described in sections B and C.
Right of objection (based on Article 21 DSGVO):
Where does STF use my personal data on the basis of my consent (basis consent according to Art. 6 para. 1 letter a DSGVO)?
In the following cases, STF will only use your personal data as described below if you have given your prior consent to the relevant processing operations.
News about STF’s products and services:
Subject to appropriate provisions and your consent, STF may use your name, e-mail and postal address, telephone number, job title and basic information about your employer (name, address and industry) to keep you informed of current product announcements and other information about STF services (including through marketing-related newsletters) and STF events.
Passing on your personal data to other companies within the STF Group:
STF may transfer your personal data to other companies in the STF Group. An up-to-date list of the STF Group companies can be found in Section A under Responsible parties. In the event of a transfer, these companies will use your personal data for the same purposes and under the same conditions as described in sections B and C.
Revocation of a given consent:
You can revoke your consent to the processing of your personal data at any time and free of charge by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org . This also applies to the revocation of declarations of consent given to us before the EU Data Protection Basic Regulation came into force, i.e. before 25 May 2018. In the event of revocation, STF will not process the personal data to which the consent applied unless STF is legally obliged to do so. If STF is required by law to retain your personal data, the further processing of your personal data will be limited accordingly and the data will only be retained for the legally required retention period. However, the revocation has no effect on the past processing of personal data by STF until the time of revocation. We would like to point out that even if you revoke your consent, we may be able to continue data processing, possibly to a reduced extent, under certain circumstances on the basis of a statutory authorisation.
Notes on the use of our homepage
Application via application form
The following application data is collected and processed as part of the online application using the application form:
- First name
- Street and house number
- Postcode and city
- Email address
- Telephone/mobile number
- Free field for application letter
- Attachment upload for letter of application
- Attachment upload for application documents
Application via STF FasTTrack
If you would like to apply online via STF FasTTrack to STF Placement GmbH, we need the URL to your social media profile and your consent to contact you via the social network you have selected.
The following application data is collected and processed as part of the online application using a social media profile:
- Link to your profile of the social network transmitted to us
- Information about you that is stored in your social media profile. This information
vary from user to user and also depend on the selected social network.
The following data can therefore be collected:
- First name
- Street and house number
- Postcode and city
- Email address
- Telephone/mobile number
- Information on profession and training
Status: January 2019