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Press Release: Peel & Holland Partners with Capstone HR

March 2017

BENTON, Ky. – Two local firms have joined forces to offer employers in this area a more holistic approach to benefits and human resources.

The region’s leading employee benefits firm Peel & Holland has partnered with Capstone Human Resource Services to provide strategic human resources consulting to its clients.

“We have identified a demand for more information on HR-related topics from our clients, and knew partnering with Capstone as one of our select advisors would be a great way to help meet that demand,” said Peel & Holland Senior Vice President of Employee Benefits Greg Carlton.

Capstone will be available to assist Peel & Holland clients with HR government compliance efforts, personnel policies and hiring procedures, among other HR components.

Capstone specializes in providing HR consulting to small businesses in the greater Western Kentucky region, including southern Illinois, Evansville and Clarksville.

“Peel & Holland is known for its personal client service,” explained Capstone’s founder and senior partner, Randy Fox. “Being able to offer HR advice takes this concept to a whole new level.”

Fox will be leading Peel & Holland clients and other regional businesses in four quarterly human resources webinars throughout the year. The first one will be on interviewing skills, and will be held on Thursday, April 4.

Peel & Holland offers clients a wide breadth of services, from benefit plan compliance solutions to the design of strategic plans for clients that address a multitude of risks and needs. The agency is also very well known for its expertise in health care reform. Peel & Holland consults clients on the many facets of health care reform and its impact, and has even formed an Inform on Reform education series.

Peel & Holland has offices in Benton, Mayfield, Murray and Paducah.

For more information on Peel & Holland and Capstone HR, or to sign up for the upcoming free HR webinar, visit www.peelholland.com.

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