Chatham, Ontario, December 21, 2020: Scribendi, an online editorial collective that matches writers with highly qualified editors around the globe, has been listed on the 2020 List of Best Workplaces™ Managed by Women. This is the second year in a row the company has been included on the list.
According to Great Place to Work®, “To be eligible for this list, organizations must be Great Place to Work Certified™ in the past year and have a female President or CEO. We have determined the BEST based on employee responses to our Trust Index Survey.”
Since its founding by Chandra Clarke in 1997, Scribendi has been transforming the traditionally male-dominated editing field with a women-led team and advancing conventionally paper-based editing services with proprietary technologies. In 2017, Scribendi transferred leadership to Patricia Riopel together with CEO Enrico Magnani, and the pair has continued Scribendi’s focus on equal opportunities and technological advancements.
“As company president and, at the same time, a mother, big sister, and wife, I am proud to say over half the positions at Scribendi and many of our important management roles are filled by women,” says Patricia. “I am honored by this recognition and thank the entire Scribendi team.”
In Scribendi’s continued pursuit of the development of new editing technologies, the company has stayed ahead of the curve in a traditional field that is undergoing rapid digitalization. The judgment of expert editors paired with their use of Scribendi’s artificial intelligence technologies allows Scribendi to provide rapid, consistent, and accurate contextual corrections within fast, affordable, and professional editing services.
In 2020 alone, Scribendi was also featured on Great Place to Work®’s list of Best Workplaces in Canada and the Growth List’s ranking of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies.
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