Thank you for visiting our website and for your interest in our company. We take your privacy very seriously and without question comply with the relevant data protection regulations.
Continuous technical developments in telecommunications call for continuous amendments to our technical and data protection provisions. We therefore request that you refer to the latest version of our data protection policy.
In providing your personal information, you consent to the use of your data by DEININGER Unternehmensberatung GmbH in the following manner. The collection, processing and usage of your personal data are subject to the prevailing data protection regulations. Personal information provided to us will be used exclusively for the purpose of current and potential future recruitment and administered with utmost discretion. The information is also available to our international offices, which are equally obliged to comply with data protection regulations. Transfer of your personal data to third parties is subject to receipt of your approval.
Constant investment in our IT infrastructure ensures us the maximum level of technical and organizational security possible to prevent unauthorized access and loss. Personal data provided to us is treated in the strictest of confidence. We oblige both our employees and our clients to commit to absolute confidentiality in dealing with such information.
When you visit our website cookies may be stored on your computer hard drive. These text files facilitate your next visit to our website, e.g. automatic recognition and simplified navigation. Your browser settings allow you to reject these cookies if you wish.
Our data protection policy does not extend to external links offered on our web pages. The content of such pages is also the exclusive responsibility of the relevant website operator.
Google Analytics is a web analysis tool, which helps website operators to analyse the interaction of visitors with their websites. Google Analytics clients can access a diversity of reports, which illustrate the way in which visitors interact with the website, allowing the Google Analytics client to improve the web offering. The information collected by Google Analytics is anonymous; only website trends are collected, without identifying the individual visitor. The Google data protection policy describes what happens to personal information if you use Google products and services, such as Google Analytics.
DEININGER Unternehmensberatung GmbH
Frankfurt am Main, November 2012