Religious Accommodations Broaden In N.J. Law
According to recent changes in the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination, employers have a duty to reasonably accommodate employees with sincere religious observance needs to a greater extent than what federal law suggests.
Employees who want to adjust their schedules or skip work on a day of religious worship must be accommodated, except in cases where the adjustment would impose "undue hardship."...
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