A sheriff’s officer who can’t guard the jail due to an eye ailment has no basis to claim disability discrimination, the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.
The court held, in Raspa v. Gloucester County Sheriff’s Office, A-53-06, that an employee must possess the bona fide occupational qualifications for his job before his employer is obligated to reasonably accommodate his disability under New Jersey’s Law Against Discrimination.
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