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About CCI Consulting

Your Human Capital Partner

CCI Consulting (formerly Career Concepts, Inc.) helps organizations optimize human capital investments and performance with a single focus: to drive and achieve targeted business results. By leveraging our human capital and change expertise, our clients are better positioned for success. We help clients build robust talent pipelines, engage and retain the right people, strengthen leaders, and improve the performance of individuals and teams while guiding the organization and individuals successfully through needed change.

Regional and Global

CCI is a Certified Women’s Business Enterprise and the largest independent human capital consulting firm in the Delaware Valley. Our owners and team members deliver unparalleled local market expertise from CCI’s offices across Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware. CCI provides global reach through its ownership in Career Partners International, a worldwide partnership of more than 65 talent management and career transition firms with 200 offices in over 30 countries.

Small Business to Fortune 500

Since CCI was founded in 1988, we have served thousands of companies, from small business to the Fortune 500. Our clients represent a wide range of industries, including financial services, pharmaceutical, insurance, education, health care, manufacturing, chemicals, professional services, government, legal and non-profit. The opportunities to optimize human capital investments and performance are universal – regardless of industry. The approach we take in developing the best, “right” solution is tailored to meet unique client culture, history, industry, financials and business objectives.
 

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