Important note: There is no law that says an employer is prohibited from asking
an illegal question.
She encouraged students to make sense of each others' solutions during whole class discussion and challenge each other by disagreeing with solutions or asking
questions of clarification.
As a practical matter, today's auditor is more likely to get into legal trouble by not asking
She ended the class by asking
the students to do an independent research project using these materials.
Forget the incremental solution of asking
tougher questions, have the big shots turn in their White House passes, and dispatch them to fish the "backwaters" instead: Put today's Russell Bakers to work telling those tired stories-like the decay of the schools or the collapse of our health care system -in such a way that they mean something, so that not just the president, but all of us, have to sit up and take action.
The average asking
rent for all Manhattan retail space rose four percent from the same period last year to $106 per square foot.
If the drug test is positive, employers may validate the test by asking
applicants about lawful drug use or other possible explanations.
Maria soothes Grace, asking
the aides to wait until she's finished.
The counselors had tried to do all the right things, showing him around the camp to make him comfortable, helping him make his bed, and asking
him about his interests and what he wanted out of camp.
The agent immediately began asking
invasive personal questions about the clients' hobbies, vacation costs and their children's school tuition costs.
I wrote back, asking
about this oversight and suggesting that even my limited experience with lawyers made me think it unlikely that he would be able to do everything he said he had to do in the letter in a mere eight or ten "billable" hours.