With regard to negligent hiring the courts would require the least amount of

With regard to negligent hiring the courts would

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63. With regard to negligent hiring, the courts would require the least amount of scrutiny regarding: A. an office worker.B. a teacher.C. a tour guide.D. a pizza delivery person.
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64. Courts will apply the ________ analysis to determine the classification of an agent. 65. In Hayes v Zoological Society of Cincinnati, Hayes was demoted and then fired after reporting dangerous conditions at the defendant zoo and then testifying for Stober, a fellow employee injured at the zoo. She sued based on retaliation. The court found: 66. The origination of the employment-at-will doctrine is: 67. Generally, the agent's duty to keep an accounting means that the agent must: A. keep records, receipts and other documentation of costs or income for the principal.B. be able to verify the exact number of hours acting within the scope of employment.C. prepare tax returns for the principal pertinent to the agent's financial activities.D. be able to account for any and all of the principal's funds when they are comingled with the agent's or anyoneelse's funds.68. The IRS has developed a three prong status to determine an agent's status. Which of the following is not a prong in this test?
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