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BATT Suisse GmbH
Sonnentalstrasse 8
CH-8600 Dübendorf

Phone +41 43 333 81 57

Björn Abel

UID CHE-286.561.405
Handelsreg. Nr. CH-

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Privacy Policy

  1. Introduction

Batt Suisse GmbH places great importance on the respectful handling of personal data (data with which a natural person can be directly or indirectly identified) and it is important to us to protect the privacy of all customers and business partners and to protect sensitive data.

This privacy policy is intended to transparently explain our handling of this personal data in respect to its use, collection and disclosure.

2. Responsibility

Batt Suisse GmbH processes personal data that is made available to us by the person themselves or by third parties associated with them (employers, insurance companies, public authorities, etc.) as part of our collaboration. We are responsible for this data.

If you have any questions about specific data or data protection in general, please contact Batt Suisse GmbH, Sonnentalstrasse 8, 8600 Dübendorf, Switzerland.

3. Data Collection

Some of the personal data under our responsibility is provided to us directly by the persons concerned or indirectly by third parties associated with them, if this data is disclosed to us as part of our services or is transmitted when a potential service is requested. This includes, for example, names, dates of birth or employment relationships. If necessary, we also collect data directly from registers, websites or similar. Furthermore, new personal data is generated in the course of our services. This includes, for example, salary data or tax data.

4. Use of Data

We mainly use the personal data entrusted to us for payroll processing, the provision of consultancy services, the implementation of projects entrusted to us and for the associated documentation and accounting.

5. Disclosure of Data

In the course of our services, it may be necessary to pass on the personal data described to third parties. These are, for example, insurance companies, tax authorities or employers who are in direct contact with the person concerned. Only the personal data that is absolutely necessary for the service provided by the third party will be passed on.

6. Localisation

All personal data under our responsibility is processed and stored in Switzerland. However, it may be necessary to pass on personal data to third parties who process and store it abroad, including in countries whose data protection laws do not comply with Swiss law. This is also only possible in the course of agreed services that are directly related to the data subject.

7. Data Retention and Processing

We store personal data that is entrusted to us in the course of our services for as long as is necessary for processing or as long as we are legally obliged to store it. Personal data is protected against both digital and actual unauthorised access by third parties to a reasonable and proportionate extent. Loss and unauthorised modification of personal data are also prevented. When personal data is transmitted by employers, it is the employer’s duty to inform employees about our processing of their data.

We are authorised to process personal data within the scope of our services and also within the scope of statutory documentation and retention obligations.

8. Digital Data

We use external, cloud-based processing platforms as part of our services. The servers of our IT service providers are generally located in Switzerland. We also use digital communication channels such as email. We draw attention to the associated data protection risks, but point out that special security precautions may be requested.

9. Rights of Data Subjects

The scope and content of the stored personal data can be requested by the data subject and they have the right to information on the purposes of data processing. They may also request the transmission or transfer of data. Furthermore, they have the right to rectification, erasure or restriction of the processing of personal data. The person has the right to object to the processing of their personal data. Finally, the person has the right to appeal to a competent supervisory authority.

It should be noted that these rights provide for certain conditions and exceptions. In cases where the processing or storage of personal data is legally permissible or necessary, we may refuse requests to exercise these rights. Accordingly, despite requests to delete data or requests to restrict processing for legal reasons, we may have to continue to store this personal data or process it without restriction.

If you wish to exercise these rights, you can contact us at or write to Batt Suisse GmbH, Sonnentalstrasse 8, 8600 Dübendorf, Switzerland.

10. Validity

The consent of clients, their staff or their contact persons to the data protection declaration is not required. This data protection declaration serves exclusively to provide transparent information about the use and handling of personal data by Batt Suisse GmbH. Batt Suisse GmbH reserves the right to unilaterally amend the content of the aforementioned privacy policy at any time and without prior notice. If this is relevant to you, we recommend that you regularly read the privacy policy on our website.

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