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InStaff & Jobs GmbH
Ritterstraße 24-27
10969 Berlin


+49 30 959 982 640
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Legal information

Managing Director: Max Kunz
Registration Office: Amtsgericht Berlin-Charlottenburg
Register Number: HRB 160559 B
USt-IdNr.: DE294161239
German taxnumber: 037 / 359 / 50258

InStaff is a registered trademark belonging to InStaff & Jobs GmbH.

Regulatory & Consumer information

Regulatory authority: Agentur für Arbeit, Regionaldirektion Nord der Agentur für Arbeit, Projensdorfer Strasse 82, 24106 Kiel

InStaff & Jobs GmbH does not participate in dispute settlement proceedings with any consumer conciliation offices.

Notice of infringements and illegal content

Users of the platform are independently able to upload profile pictures and customise their profile. If you as the rights holder or their authorised representative are of the opinion that content infringes your industrial property rights, please send us a short email to:

InStaff & Jobs has the greatest interest in preventing infringements of rights and we will react immediately to your notification and get in touch with you.

You can also use the contact option mentioned here to report any unlawful or illegal content on the website. Please state your full name and e-mail address as well as the URL or location of the information in the report and explain why you consider it to be illegal.

This is also the point of contact for authorities, the European Commission, the European Board for Digital Services and users of our platform in accordance with Art. 11 and Art. 12 of the Digital Services Act. Communication can take place in German and English, the preferred language is German.

Reporting office in accordance with the Hinweisgeberschutzgesetz (Whistleblower Protection Act)

In accordance with § 12 HinSchG, InStaff & Jobs GmbH has set up an internal reporting office. The reporting office enables natural persons who have obtained information about violations in connection with their professional activity or prior to a professional activity to report these violations. InStaff will treat the report confidentially. The identities of all persons who made the report or are the subject of the report will be protected. This does not apply to the wilful false reporting of an offense.

The reporting office provides the following contact options:

By post:
InStaff & Jobs GmbH
Internal reporting office HinSchG
Ritterstraße 24-27
10969 Berlin


By telephone/ in person:
Appointment by e-mail or under +49 30 959 982 640

Reference to external reporting authority:
Whistleblowers have the right to choose between internal and external reporting.
In cases where effective internal action can be taken against the offense, please consider submitting an internal report before contacting the external reporting authority. In this way, we want to ensure that irregularities can be better detected, investigated and prosecuted. If the internally reported offense has not been remedied, you can contact the external reporting authority.

Click here for the external reporting authority:

Complaints office in accordance with the Lieferkettensorgfaltspflichtengesetz (Supply Chain Act)

In accordance with § 8 LksG, InStaff & Jobs GmbH has set up a complaints office. The complaints office can be contacted via the following e-mail address:

The complaints procedure enables individuals to report human rights-related or environmental risks or violations in connection with professional activities with InStaff & Jobs GmbH or a direct supplier of InStaff & Jobs GmbH.

The procedure is as follows:

  1. The complaints office receives the complaint, documents receipt of any information and acknowledges it to the reporting person.
  2. The reporting person is informed about the procedure schedule and their rights in relation to protection against disadvantage or punishment as a result of the complaint.
  3. In the next step, the plausibility / validity is checked; the aim is to clarify whether the complaint/ the subject of the information received falls within the scope of the complaints procedure. If it is possible to contact the reporting person, the facts of the case will be discussed with them if necessary. This includes, in particular, clarifying any questions of understanding or obtaining further information required for the assessment of the complaint. If the procedure is discontinued, the reporting person will be notified.
  4. If there are sufficient indications that violations are occurring or have occurred in the past, the next step is to examine which specific investigation or clarification measures are required.
  5. Depending on the results of the last steps, possible business decisions are now made in order to respond appropriately to any irregularities identified and, in the case of irregularities in the company's own business area, countermeasures are initiated to prevent further violations in the future.