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Virtual Exclusion and Telework: Barriers and Opportunities of Technocentric Workplace Accommodation Policy

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  1. Virtual Exclusion and Telework: Barriers and Opportunities of Technocentric Workplace Accommodation Policy
  2. Telework: The Pros and Cons
  3. Telework and People with Disabilities
  4. Key Barriers to Telework
  5. Telework Policy Objectives
  6. Telework Policy Objectives
  7. RERC on Workplace Accommodations

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Virtual Exclusion and Telework: Barriers and Opportunities of Technocentric Workplace Accommodation Policy

Paul M.A. Baker, PhD, AICP and Lynzee Head, MS, Georgia Institute of Technology
Andrew Ward, PhD, MPH, University of Minnesota

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Telework: The Pros and Cons


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Telework and People with Disabilities


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Key Barriers to Telework

People with disabilities face additional barriers than those faced by teleworkers in general


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Telework Policy Objectives


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Telework Policy Objectives


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RERC on Workplace Accommodations

This research was supported by grant #H133E020720 from the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR), U.S. Department of Education
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