Vancouver’s Clio has placed third on Elpha’s Top 10 Workplaces for Women.
Clio was recognized for prioritizing learning and development and creating a space where women feel empowered to grow their careers.
Elpha is a popular women’s technology professionals network with over 35,000 members, offering a variety of resources to make it easier for women in the technology industry to connect, share learnings, and advance their careers.
Elpha surveyed their members anonymously to rate and review how likely they were to recommend their workplaces to other women. Thousands of women submitted ratings with nearly 2,000 women offering additional commentary on the ratings they’ve chosen.
Elpha compiled the results to determine a list of 10 big companies (with over 500 employees) and 10 startups (with under 500 employees) that its members recommend as women-friendly workplaces.
Clio is the only Canadian company to make the top 10 big companies list and ranked third overall. Other companies that made the list include Hubspot, Zendesk, Etsy, and Twitter.
“I am thrilled to hear that Clio has earned this recognition from Elpha’s survey, validating our efforts to create a culture of opportunity, growth, belonging, and accessibility for all,” said Natalie Archibald, Interim VP People, Clio.
“As a company that prioritizes Diversity, Inclusion, Belonging and Equity, I am proud to hear the genuine feedback that women feel empowered to develop their careers at Clio.”
As of January 2021, 43% of Clio’s management positions are held by women and the company continues to provide an environment where women are encouraged and supported to advance their careers.
Clio is set to grow its employee count by 40% in 2021 and has a variety of positions currently available. Learn more at clio.com/careers.