Grammarly opens a hub in Berlin and hires Ukrainians in Europe
Grammarly has announced the start of hiring in Europe and the opening of a new hub in Berlin.
- It is the fifth Grammarly hub. The company already has ones in Kyiv, San Francisco, New York, and Vancouver.
- The company embraces a remote-first hybrid working model. It means that the team members can work remotely and meet quarterly at the hubs to work together for a few weeks.
- So far, Grammarly already employs over 700 people. And the company continues to expand its global team, offering more than 100 job openings.
- The company invites Ukrainians who temporarily left Ukraine due to the war to apply for jobs in Germany, Poland, and Portugal.
Grammarly retains its two-story hub in Kyiv, but now it remains closed for safety reasons. All current and new colleagues in Ukraine work only remotely for now.
Grammarly keeps supporting members of the Ukrainian team in Ukraine and abroad. All Grammarly team members who require extra days off to volunteer or take care of family or their health — can have extra paid time off from work. Professionals who become members of Ukraine’s Armed Forces will keep paid for twelve months.
Grammarly is a Ukrainian company that provides a digital writing assistant to help people write clearly and effectively in English. The company was founded by Ukrainians Alex Shevchenko, Max Lytvyn, and Dmytro Lider in 2009.