Last Update: April 19, 2022
On February 24th 2022 Russia has started an Invasion of Ukraine.
The idea of this page is to collaboratively collect resources that can be useful, from an HR point of view, to support the people of Ukraine, looking at different options, including Relocation Support, Financial Support for the people that are still in the country, support for HR professionals and so on.
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<aside> 🧰 New: A detailed Crisis Toolkit for Organisation Designers has been put in place with the help of Naomi Stanford and Richard Bartholomey. A number of dedicated tools and resources is available there, based on multiple crisis experiences.
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<aside> 🇷🇺 I’ve created also a secondary page related to the support of workers in Russia as this is also an area of concern for many HR professionals. This now also includes a full database of Companies Suspending Operations in Russia and Belarus.
<aside> 📎 March 2, 2022 ****The page has grown big, so I have now separated the page into more subpages for easier browsing.
Here are the key resources for Workers in Ukraine or for people that fled the country, reorganised so that they are more easily accessible.
1. Action ideas
Rise!!! How HR Can help lead individuals, organisations and leaders through the current humanitarian crisis
2b. Media Sources
2. General HR Resources to support Employees in UA
3. Relocation Support
5. HR News - Specific Actions from Companies involved in Ukraine
6b. Coaching and Counselling Service Support
6. Donation Channels and Money Transfer Resources
7. Country Specific Resources
8. Working Relationship with Russian Companies
9. International Legal Resources
10. Job offers and Talent Initiatives
11. Ukrainian Companies
12. Telecom Companies offering support
13. Tools for Companies
14. Personal Stories
As the crisis unfolds, sanctions hitting Russia and Belarus might impact workers also there, particularly those employed by foreign companies or with ties with foreign companies. Remote workers in Russia are also affected. Here is a list of resources linked to this situation.
Ukrainian Crisis: How to support workers in Russia and Belarus
Banks are still operative in Ukraine but subject to several issues.
There is a dedicated section on Payments.
Currently, only women and children can exit Ukraine, plus there are difficulties in transport.
More resources are available on the 3. Relocation Support page.