The New Jersey State Law Against Discrimination requires employers to provide reasonable religious accommodation to workers. The U.S. Constitution and the New Jersey State Constitution both guarantee people the right to observe the religion of their choice. In the employment setting, religious accommodation is an acknowledgement that employees come from different faiths and should not be restricted from practicing their religion without good reason. Any sincerely held religious belief is entitled to, at the very least, a discussion of ways your employer can accommodate.
Religious accommodation is not an absolute right. Employers are not required to accommodate you in ways that would place an undue hardship on the business. Whether or not a particular practice can be accommodated, your employer is not entitled to denigrate or ridicule your beliefs. Discrimination and accommodation are related, but not identical. Likewise, the standard for accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act is related but not identical the standard for religious accommodation.