Updated 14 October 2018

Oliver Delgaram-Nejad Psycholinguistic Consultancy (ODNPC) is committed to the standards of the Equality Act, 2010.

This document outlines the basis upon which all activities subject to equality monitoring will be conducted. Your tacit consent has been assumed, consequent to your visitation of https://www.olinejad.com and/or the confirmation or negotiation of an(y) active (sub)contractual agreement(s). You are not bound by this assumption; and you may withdraw your consent, at any time and without giving reason; by (1) informing the nominated representative (Oliver Delgaram-Nejad) via e-mail and/or telephone, (2) withholding the provision of person-identifiable and/or personal information, (3) concluding any active (sub)contractual agreement(s) and/or working relationship(s), and/or (4) denying cookie-authorisation requests and/or clearing your web browser’s cache.


Rights

In line with the Equality Act, 2010, your rights, of both access and experience, will be upheld:

  • to promote freedom from discrimination, on account of the following protected characteristics: age; disability; gender reassignment; race; religion and/or belief; sex; sexual orientation; marital or civil-partnership status, and pregnancy and/or maternity; e.g.

    • as a component of enquiries and/or bookings processes (i.e. information entered into forms and/or provided throughout the course of e-mail, telephone, and/or other correspondence);

    • as a function of your visitation to https://www.olinejad.com (i.e. information gathered by ‘functional cookies’: those that are necessary to the website’s functionality);

    • as provided by other sources (i.e. information shared by third-parties with whom a working relationship and/or active (sub)contract has been established).

  • to comply with any legislative and/or regulatory duties in protection of the rights, property, and/or safety of ODNPC and/or its clients, affiliates, and/or members of the general public.


Adjustments

In line with the Equality Act, 2010, and in relation to the broadest-sense definition of disability, the following reasonable adjustments shall be made available:

  • to enact obligations pertinent to the conduct any working relationship(s) and/or active (sub)contract(s), e.g.

    • as a component of enquiries and/or bookings processes;

    • as a function of your visitation to https://www.olinejad.com;

    • as provided by other sources.

  • where ODNPC

    • becomes aware of your disability;

    • receives a request for reasonable adjustments from you;

    • recognises that you are experiencing difficulty (e.g. with attendance);

  • to comply with any legislative and/or regulatory duties in protection of the rights, property, and/or safety of ODNPC and/or its clients, affiliates, and/or members of the general public.