Disability Accommodations in the Workplace

Is it reasonable for a disabled employee to work at home?

, New Jersey Law Journal

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An increasing number of employees have the ability to perform their jobs from home. But the benefits of telecommuting come into question when a disabled employee asks to work at home as a disability accommodation. Can the employer be held liable if it denies telecommuting as a reasonable disability accommodation under the New Jersey Law against Discrimination (NJLAD) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)?

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