Relative peace in Kyiv and other parts of Ukraine has prompted Israeli high-tech companies to resume recruiting in the country.,
Optimov, which develops marketing techniques for companies with existing clients, currently employs 30 Ukrainians in Kyiv and Vinnytsia, some of whom have been promoted to team leaders.
Because of the war, many companies stopped operating in Ukraine. optimv Has provided its employees with a stable job and salary to support their families and develop their careers.
The company has also taken workers who had to move for safety reasons or who were forced to interrupt their work because of sirens. Some employees said they had to work through the sirens, and another employee said their house was hit by a projectile.
“Our workers know we support them remotely and they can take their time,” said Renana Levin, human resource partner at Optimov.
The game company SciPlay recently launched a recruitment drive looking for animators in Ukraine, The company has 700 employees worldwide, and 52 specifically in the war-torn country.
“We recently hired seven Ukrainian employees who have joined the company, and as part of the campaign, we will hire 17 more employees. We ensure that Ukrainian employees receive bonuses and social benefits. receive the same conditions as other employees.
Maya Eisner Rosenman, Head of Human Resources at Cyplay, said: “In recent months, we have carried out a number of projects to provide financial and moral support to citizens of Ukraine who have come from both the company and employees from all over the world.
Digital product demo startup Walnut is also hiring employees from Ukraine, The company claimed flexibility and understanding of the situation of Ukrainian employees and even helped some people find accommodation.