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Good Works Chicago: the Hallstar Company

Good Works Chicago: the Hallstar Company

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John J. Paro, Chairman, President & CEO, of the Hallstar Company talks with Good Works Chicago about how the company grew to value employees, pay them well and offer a complex benefits plan.


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