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By Sarah Dobson
|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 03/26/2012

As a collection agency, Allied International Credit has many employees who probably didn’t grow up wanting to do collections, according to Joel MacCharles, vice-president of social media in Toronto.

For that reason, training is very important to the company to get people up to speed on how to do the job properly, while also satisfying client requirements.

“A lot of people entering our company are not just entering our company for the first time but entering our industry for the first time,” he said.