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How is your team/organization supporting employees directly or indirectly affected by the Russian invasion of Ukraine?

We have made our product CLAW (an Attack Surface Analysis Platform) available to all those that have been (or believe to be) affected by the crisis. www.cybernetiq.io or reach out directly for more details at info@cybernetiq.io. 

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We have made our product CLAW (an Attack Surface Analysis Platform) available to all those that have been (or believe to be) affected by the crisis. www.cybernetiq.io or reach out directly for more details at info@cybernetiq.io. 
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No impact per se ! Locally or International Support.
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We have helped our team members relocate to safety and are closely monitoring the situation.  Our crisis management team has plans in place for employees in the affected areas who need support.  We have offered Wellbeing resources for ongoing health and wellbeing support.  Our managers and directors are in continuous contact with team members impacted directly or indirectly, and we have slowed down activities in the surrounding areas to help people focus on their and their families' safety.
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Donations to various Ukraine relief charities online.
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Everyone is on edge, decisions are been delayed. Since no one is certain whether the invasion will escalate into a war, or world war
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We have evacuated our employees to safety. Closely monitoring.
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Employees have been given employee assistance plans to work with (cannot reveal product names due to non-disclosure).  Some of them were given 2 months of additional pay (allocated for displaced). Some have the necessary approvals to move out of major cities to travel outside Ukraine and work from EU-friendly countries including Poland and Slovenia, etc. 
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We have a few internal initiatives: 1.         Help for 7 children and 3 women. They will stay in Silesia, Poland (Nakło). They need necessities such as sanitary products, hygiene products, food, clothes, colouring books for children. 2.         Help for Ukrainians who arrived in Otwock and Józefów (near Warsaw). They need necessities such as sanitary products, hygiene products, food, clothes, colouring books for children. 3.         We want to help "Stacja Falenica" (Warsaw) to adapt some room for Ukrainian children. We need some furniture, carpet, toys and games. 4.         Sanitary packages for women and children from Ukraine. 5.         The necessities for 50 children from Ukrainian Orphanage who came to Gdansk in cooperation with Pomerian Employers. 6.         Help for 12-people family from New Odessa surrounded by Russian army. One of the women is expecting a baby soon.
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We have around 20% of our development team in Ukraine, so we are not only hugely impacted by the business disruption this insane war has created, but our main concern, is for those member of our team that are having to deal with unspeakably cruel and dangerous conditions.  Our CEO and founder, is originally from Ukraine, so he is doing everything he can to help; from using his personal connection and political connections, to  just talking to the team managers and members on a daily basis, to see what we can do for them.
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Our firm matched employee contributions made to United Way and American Red Cross efforts.
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I know some businesses i am supporting are hiring Ukrainian freelancers for thei design and development projects.
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