Boca Raton, Florida-based business-to-business debt collection agency Johnson, Morgan and White recently announced that it will begin hiring new employees in response to its increased growth. The company saw a gain in collections of 15 percent in 2010. Much of the acceleration in revenue was due to the economy slowly climbing out of debt, as well as the promise of a new tax year. "Many consumers and small businesses who've had financial troubles are beginning to see better times," said Robert G. Cooper, JMW president and CEO. "With that comes the renewed ability and interest in reconciling bad debt and re-establishing business relationships with partners and suppliers." Cooper adds that he's seen many new clients approach his company with hopes of rebuilding relationships and recovering losses due to defaults, and the hiring binge was set in motion to handle the influx. The company will add jobs in departments such as investigations, forensic accounting, surveillance and records research. Johnson, Morgan and White aims to facilitate a recovery process for clients that are owed money from customers, while maintaining a positive relationship between both parties.