Emily Kopp: Open office worries those with disabilities

As federal agencies consolidate and rehab their offices, more and more of them are choosing open designs with little or no partitions between colleagues. A Fede...

As federal agencies consolidate and rehab their offices, more and more of them are choosing open designs with little or no partitions between colleagues. A Federal News Radio survey last month showed many employees hate to see private offices, or even cubicles, disappear in favor of working in close quarters. None more so than people with disabilities, as Federal News Radio’s Emily Kopp reports. Read Emily's related story.

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