The NJLAD prohibits disability discrimination in the workplace. Although it does not expressly require employers to provide reasonable accommodations for injured employees, New Jersey courts have consistently held that employers are held to such an obligation under the law. After receiving notification of an employee’s disability, employers must work in good faith with their employees to come up with reasonable accommodations. They are required to provide disabled workers with light-duty work when it would not impose an undue hardship on the operation of the business. Additionally, a temporary leave of absence generally constitutes a reasonable accommodation under the NJLAD.