What we offer

Perks of working with us

Creating an exceptional employee experience goes beyond benefits and perks. But well, we know they matter too. Find out what we have in store you if you decide to join us!

Brand new office in the city center with a terrace and incredible city view

Possibility to work from home

Flexible employment (B2B/CoE) and flexible working hours

Extra Birthday day off

Multisport pass or MyBenefit cafeteria points

Fully paid
private
healthcare

Underground parking space for cars, motorbikes and bicycles

Training
budget

Integration events and company parties

Company competitions with cool prizes

Gaming rooms with PS, VR, billiards, Table Tennis, Table Football

Fresh fruit every day

We care about your growth

We strive to build a company where people can grow, a company which appreciates that our people invest their time, energy, talents, and the very best of themselves into a shared vision and success.

Apart from the training budget that applies to every Grand Parade employee you have plenty of knowledge-sharing initiatives waiting for you - Leadership Academy, Agile Toolbox, React Academy, Public Speaking Club - there's something for everyone here.

Not to mention unlimited online resources: Cloud Guru, Safari Books and Accelerate - the internal learning platform that we're constantly developing!

We care about your growth
We celebrate differences

We celebrate differences

We believe in the power of diversity and inclusion. We want to be a company where everyone is welcome and where you can be yourself. We are committed to ensuring that our employees work in an environment that is inclusive and where everyone is treated with dignity and respect.

We appreciate differences between individuals. Currently, in our office, we've got people from nineteen different countries and can't wait to see more!

We celebrate differences

We support communities

We love changing the world! We're running Community Week where we get our hands dirty by cleaning up the World, supporting animal shelters or donating the blood. We've got our regular Christmas Charity actions when we organise initiatives and support organisations that need us the most.

Is there anything you'd like to organise? You can be sure that Grand Parade is the place where you can let your ideas grow (and find people who will give you a helping hand with that).

We support communities

Changes are hard, let us help

Relocation can be a tough decision, so we want to assure you that we're here to support you from the very beginning to make sure that everything goes smoothly. All foreign Grand Parade employees are provided with full free care from the time of acceptance of your job offer to two weeks after your first day at work. Any other questions? See the FAQ below.

Relocation FAQ

What is the tax and other deductions in Poland?

The tax rates applicable for income derived in 2020 are:

  • annual taxable income up to PLN 85,528 is taxed at 17%
  • annual taxable income above PLN 85,528 tax is PLN 14,539 + 32%

Certain types of income are not aggregated but are subject to a flat-rate tax of 19%. For more information about taxes in Poland search here.

What is the cost of living in Poland/Krakow?

In comparison to other European countries, Poland is a relatively cheap place to live. Here you can find some examples to give an idea of the amounts individuals spend per month.

Would you help with relocation?

All foreign colleagues are provided with full free care from the time of acceptance of the job offer to two weeks after their first day at work. We cooperate with an external provider - MOBIREL. Their consultants will help you choose the best option of transport to Poland, find you the best apartment and bank account and more.

How long is the term of a first contract?

The first contract is signed for one year period. The second contract is usually permanent.

What documents do I need to take with me to Poland?

Documents which you should take with yourself are:

  • Passport
  • Birth certificate
  • Diplomas (work book, diploma, diploma supplements)
  • Marriage certificate (if you are married)

I am EU citizen. What documents do I need to start work in Poland?

You don't need any additional documents to start working in Poland. After the arrival to Poland during the first 3 months, you have to make a "certificate of registration of the EU citizen's stay". To receive this document you need the application, a copy of this application, ID card or passport + copy and employment contract + copy.

Do you cover work permit/visa application costs?

We cover only work permit cost. If you need visa application, you need to cover costs by yourself.