Excerpt from Illinois Register, 1993, Vol. 17: Rules of Government Agencies; Issue 5, January 29, 1993; Pages 883-1250 Example: An individual applies for a job which requires that he have a valid driver's license. Oh his application, he fails to disclose that his driver's license had been suspended. One year later, the employer learns of the suspension. Although the individual has not yet been inv...
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