The American coffee chain Starbucks wants to be the next five years worldwide to 10,000 refugees to recruit, as a response to the controversial view of the American president Donald Trump.
“I write to you today with great concern, and with a heavy heart and a firm promise,” said Starbucks ceo Howard Schultz. “We live in a period with no precedent, a time when (…) the promise of the American dream is being questioned.” According to Schultz, that the Democrats are similar, Starbucks is in contact with the workers affected by the presidential decree that imposes strict restrictions imposes on the access to the American territory.
Starbucks is committed to in the 75 countries where the company operates, people to recruit that wars, persecution and discrimination have fled.
In the US, going to Starbucks, start with the recruiting of refugees for the Us army, such as, for example, interpreters. Schultz, one of the few business leaders in the Us who mix in political debates, took it yesterday also used for another popular target of Trump: Mexico. “With Mexico we need to build bridges, not walls,” he said referring to the wall that the new American president wants to go up on the border between the United States and Mexico. Starbucks will continue to invest in Mexico, what it sounds like. The chain has 600 cafés and states there are 7,000 people worldwide. Other American companies, including Tesla, Uber , and JPMorgan Chase, were recently their anxiety to hear about the decisions of Trump. (Belga)