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Scribendi listed as a Best Workplace for Women for fourth consecutive year

Scribendi is proud to announce its fourth consecutive placement on the list of Best Workplaces for Women by Great Place to Work.

Chatham, Ontario, March 10, 2022: Established editing and proofreading company Scribendi lands on the Best Workplaces™ for Women list by Great Place to Work® for the fourth year in a row. 

Certification as a Best Workplace for Women is an esteemed yearly accreditation that recognizes companies with a minimum of 15 female employees. At least 90% of employees must also agree in a direct survey that they receive fair treatment regardless of gender. 

Since its inception, Scribendi has been a women-led company, establishing its roots in 1997 with Canadian founder Chandra Clarke. With Patricia Riopel at the helm since 2017, Scribendi has been steadfast in promoting an equal opportunity mindset. 

Women make up more than half of the leadership team at Scribendi, driving innovation and advancing key business decisions. Jessica Mallender, Scribendi's Manager of Operations and Analytics, states she is proud to be a part of the Scribendi team because “everyone has the equal opportunity to share ideas and join discussions.”

“At Scribendi, we all contribute to the overall success of the company," Mallender said.

Over the years, Scribendi has carved a place for itself on multiple Great Place to Work lists for its celebration of creativity and innovation, as well as a collaborative corporate culture. For instance, Scribendi has been placed on the List of Best Workplaces Managed by Women for three years running. 

In addition, in 2021, Scribendi President Riopel was recognized as TekSavvy's 2021 WEtech Woman in Tech of the Year, a recognition that highlights achievements by women in technology fields.

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