HACR

AcronymDefinition
HACRHispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility
HACRHeating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration
HACRHigh Accuracy Cryogenic Radiometer
HACRHonor All Cards Rule (credit cards)
HACRHome Affairs Committee Report (House of Commons; UK)
HACRHelicopter Active Control Rotor
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In a brief conversation with the President and CEO of HACR, Cid Wilson, he spoke of the importance of the survey and the potential significance of its results.
Orta, president and CEO of HACR, chided big companies like American Express and Apple -- leaders in their respective industries -- for entirely excluding Hispanics from their boards.
* Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility (HACR) and its Corporate Director affiliates (www.hacr.org)
At the end of the 12-week period, patients treated with MTX showed greater improvement in both mean hACR (38.4) and ACR20 response rate (56.0%) compared to patients treated with 0.3mg CH-4051 (hACR: 15.0, ACR20: 41.7%), 1.0 mg CH-4051 (hACR: 17.9, ACR20: 45.8%), 3.0mg CH-4051 (hACR: 25.2, ACR20: 34.7%) or 3.0mg CH-4051 with folate supplement (hACR: 25.5, ACR20: 45.8%).
The Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility released its first "HACR Corporate Index," which placed Tyson Foods Inc.
They have an IP20 degree of protection and are HACR rated.
An organization that has researched the aspect is the Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility (HACR).
"We've enjoyed a trusting and positive relationship with HACR for many years, and we want to be a model corporation for others to follow."
Wal-Mart received the Corporate Governance Award from the Hispanic Association of Corporate Responsibility (HACR) in 1998 for naming two Hispanics--Jose Villarreal and Roland Hernandez--to its board of directors that same year.
it is crucial for HACR to ensure that Hispanics are well represented in those "good" jobs.
According to Nelson, MFGmatch also includes custom manufacturers of HVAC&R, often referred as HACR equipment for companies sourcing refrigeration, heating, ventilation and cooling systems and units for temperature and humidity control in office buildings, manufacturing plants, casinos, labs, cleanrooms, department stores, malls, correctional institutions, universities and homes.