Gov. Code 12926(d) states that, for purposes of the FEHA, the term “ ‘[e]mployer’ includes any person regularly employing five or more persons, or any person acting as an agent of an employer, directly or indirectly . . . .” This decision holds that the quoted language allows the employer’s agent to be held primarily liable for its own violation of the FEHA (here, by quizzing job applicants about parts of their medical history unrelated to job fitness) when the business entity agent has at least five employees and carries out FEHA-regulated activities on behalf of an employer.