- On Sunday, the chief executive officer of Starbucks Howard Schultz said that our company has decided to employ 10,000 refugees in 75 countries over 5 years.
- He gave this statement two days after the executive orders of Donald Trump came for banning refugees from seven Muslim countries.
- This order of Trump has been spread in the whole world and thus civil rights activists came into action against this order.
On Friday, Trump allow the refugees to stay for four months on temporary basis and barred the travelers from Syria and 6 other Muslim countries. Trump said that this move will help the people of United Stated and will protect them from terrorism.
The letter from the CEO of Starbucks was issued for the employees in which he said that Starbucks will do every possible action to help the people who are affected by the Trump’s order.
Starbucks to hire 10 thousand refugees.
Schultz said on Sunday that those people will be given preference for hiring who have already served with U.S. troops and who have experience to support the personnel in different countries wherever military was in need for such support.
Schultz was very much outspoken and said to customers that they should not bring guns in the stores for the next time and don’t indulge in any such discussion in which topic is racism.
Schultz asked customers not to bring guns in stores.
Schultz will be promoted in coming few months and he will be doing job as Chief Operating Officer from April.
Schultz also told the media that the company is planning to do trade and business with Mexico as well and enhancing their services.
Schultz said we will do every possible step to support the affected people.