September 29, 2015-Columbus, Ohio
For immediate release … Choice Recovery, a national Accounts Receivable Collection Agency based in Columbus, Ohio, was selected by insideARM Magazine and Best Companies Group as one of the Best Places to Work in Collections for the third consecutive year.
Chad Silverstein, founder and president of Choice Recovery, said that while it is an honor to have the company recognized by insideARM Magazine for the third time, equally as impressive to him is the firm’s ongoing employee retention record. On average, Choice Recovery employees have been with the company for at least 5-1/2 years and 10 employees have been with the firm for more than 10 years. “My vision to change the perception of collections is not only for clients and consumers, but also for my team. We work to help everyone succeed and our employment philosophy is to respect, encourage, and invest in the team’s personal and professional development.”
Silverstein further said that because of the stereotype of the collection industry as hard-nose and uncaring, new team members with Choice Recovery are excited to learn that not only are they expected to be courteous and respectful on the phones, they also can actually assist those struggling with debt by connecting consumers to the company’s Customer Care Department. Customer Care helps build resumes and find new employment opportunities for people who are unemployed and struggle to pay their bills. To date, over 200 consumers have found new jobs with the assistance of Choice Recovery’s unique Customer Care department.
Licensed to collect nationwide, Choice Recovery has been providing debt recovery services since 1997 and currently partners with over 5,000 healthcare practices, higher education institutions, and commercial companies. The company was also recognized locally in March 2013, 2014, and 2015 by Columbus CEO Magazine as one of the “Top Workplaces” in Central Ohio.
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To learn more about careers or collection services at Choice Recovery, visit www.choicerecovery.com.