Grammarly lays off 230 employees as part of a ‘business restructuring’

Key Points:

  • Grammarly is laying off 230 employees worldwide for business restructuring
  • Layoffs are to advance focus on the AI-enabled workplace of the future
  • Impacted employees will receive a minimum of three months’ base pay and health insurance benefits

Summary:

Grammarly, the safeguard of grammatical gaffes, is making bold moves by trimming its workforce globally. Positioned as a pivot towards the AI-driven future workplace, Grammarly hopes to position itself strategically amidst industry flux and global quakes. CEO Roy-Chowdhury claimed the layoffs are a skillset shuffle, not a penny-pinching parade, reassuring a financially fit stance.

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