Organizations large and small face challenging and potentially life-saving situations tied to the Russia-Ukraine War, including ensuring the physical safety of employees in the region, managing compensation for Ukranian and Russian employees in unstable markets, and supporting the well-being of affected employees regardless of their locations.
We are conducting weekly flash calls for HR leaders and decision makers from i4cp member organizations to explore these challenges and share ideas.
Below are resources that have been raised by i4cp members or identified by i4cp:
WHO Health Emergency Appeal for Ukraine
Support vital healthcare provision to the Ukrainian population today
U.S. Embassy in Ukraine
U.S./Ukraine Business Council
Comprehensive list of businesses with operations in Ukraine and many other resources.
Official website of Ukraine
Information is verified by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine
Job Aid Ukraine
Matching service for organizations able to provide employment to displaced Ukrainains.
Job matching and supporting materials for organizations supporting refugees.
Fleeing war in Ukraine, they’re met with employers offering paychecks, Seattle Times
What you can do to help your remote workers in Ukraine, Remote
As the conflict in Ukraine escalates, companies with workers in the country need to know how to support their people. This article provides actionable information to make life for your team members in Ukraine, Russia, Belarus, and other affected areas easier and safer.
Companies struggle to extract staff from Ukraine and Russia, FT
Private security groups called in to evacuate expats as Putin’s invasion cuts travel routes
Russia-Ukraine Invasion: Inside One Tech Company’s Attempt to Evacuate Employees, WSJ
Fractal Analytics’s Ukraine-based staff is now scattered across at least 10 countries and the CEO worries about those who stayed; ‘You sort of feel helpless’
'We are committed to Ukraine': Tech companies rush to protect their Ukrainian workers, Protocol
Relocation, succession planning, data backup: Tech companies are in overdrive to protect their workers and businesses in Ukraine.
Working in a war zone: How Wix is keeping nearly 1,000 Ukrainian employees safe, The Washington Post
The website builder is one of the tech companies with hundreds of workers in Ukraine, which is under attack by Russia
U.S. Employers Offer Aid to Ukrainian Refugees, SHRM
Employers large and small are among those reaching out to offer humanitarian aid to Ukrainian refugees.
Charities for Humanitarian Relief
Together Rising transforms collective heartbreak into effective action.
Highly rated charities involved in humanitarian relief, recovery, and peace-building efforts
Razom for Ukraine (Razom means together)
Razom’s Emergency Response is the SOS button that is pressed in times of need. We created this project to provide urgent help and support in face of an extreme and unforeseen situation in Ukraine. Today, the sovereign nation of Ukraine has to deal with the most horrendous and catastrophic emergency – a brutal invasion. Razom is responding to this by providing critical medical supplies and amplifying the voices of Ukrainians.
In the time of war, we are putting all efforts on humanitarian help. We have proven and established partners on the ground in Ukraine that we trust. We are ready to face this extraordinary challenge together. With your help we will provide humanitarian aid for Ukraine and help ordinary people and families with children affected by war. Your donation to Nova Ukraine results in immediate aid - when it is needed the most in this darkest hour. Money from donations is allocated daily to frontline volunteers helping provide emergency resources to both refugees as well as those citizens who have remained.
Sunflower of Peace
Sunflower of Peace has officially started a fundraiser to prepare first aid medical tactical backpacks for paramedics and doctors on the front lines. In 2014-2016 those backpacks helped paramedics and doctors on the front lines save hundreds and hundreds of lives. Those were the bags they didn’t leave out of their sight as they had everything to preserve a person’s life and get them to proper medical care alive. It meant the world to them then and it will mean the world to them now.