We’re delighted to have Brad join us
Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) August 14, 2007
Capital H Group, a rapidly growing human capital consulting firm, has hired Brad Nelson, formerly a director at Deloitte Consulting, to lead all operations in California.
In this role, Nelson will continue to expand the firm’s presence in Southern California, as well as open a Capital H Group office in the San Francisco Bay area in 2008. According to Nelson, "I am very enthusiastic about taking on this new position. The success Capital H Group has experienced to date in the marketplace is remarkable. Now, it is time to expand our reach throughout California." Capital H Group currently has an office in the Los Angeles area.
Nelson is a 20 year veteran of the consulting business and has deep experience in creating solutions to address human resource challenges, including aligning people strategy to business strategy, mergers and acquisitions, recruiting and total rewards. Prior to joining Deloitte Consulting, Nelson held senior leadership positions at Towers Perrin, Paradigm Consulting Group and Xceed.
"We’re delighted to have Brad join us," said Dan Weinfurter, CEO of Capital H Group. "The market for our services in California is very strong, as evidenced by the roster of clients we’ve built since opening our doors in Los Angeles two short years ago. Companies also seem very open to our approach, which is to offer pragmatic and flexible advice to solve people issues in the context of our clients’ business strategy."
About Capital H Group
Capital H Group is a rapidly growing human capital consulting firm, with offices in Chicago, Boston, New York, Detroit, Milwaukee, Houston and Los Angeles and over 150 professionals recruited from major firms in the field. Capital H Group focuses on helping companies create value – through people – for better business results. http://www.capitalhgroup.com
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