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For more than 25 years, ACCR has worked with State Chambers of Commerce and Associations of Business and Industry across the country. Our goal is to provide employers and HR professionals with the resources they need to stay in compliance with the rapidly changing world of employment laws and regulations. Our manuals tell you:
No legalese, no endless strings of case citations…our guidebooks simply get you the answers you need, so that you can get back to business.
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