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Kindred Group offers “fast track” job application service for Ukrainians

Kindred Group has created an accelerated job application service for people affected by the war in Ukraine.

The company, which owns and operates nine betting brands, is registered in Malta but is headquartered in Sweden.

Through this newly launched application process, Kindred is offering those displaced by the Russian invasion of Ukraine the opportunity to work in its Stockholm office, as well as a resettlement package for successful individuals and their families.

Although Kindred says it cannot guarantee a role for those who apply, it will speed up the application process for anyone who is Ukrainian or directly affected by the war.

On its careers website, Kindred said: “Besides urgent financial support, we believe our best way to help is to provide long-term security and relief by supporting those who have been forced from their homes and their stable lives, to find new jobs and a place to settle for the time being.

“Therefore, we have launched an accelerated application process. If you are Ukrainian or have been displaced by war, please submit an application to this job posting and our Talent Acquisition team will contact you for next steps. If you have a skill set that matches one of our open live roles, please apply directly and we will process your application that way.

In addition to the standard benefits Kindred offers to its employees, including private medical insurance and a pension plan, the company also offers flights for successful individuals and close family members to Stockholm, assistance in applying for a long-term visa, reimbursement of moving expenses up to SEK 25,000 ($2,610) and support with English lessons.

Kindred is one of many gaming industry organizations offering support to those affected by the war in Ukraine.

In just one example, crypto betting operator Stake donated $1 million, the equivalent of 25.63 Bitcoins, to the ongoing humanitarian crisis.