Starbucks CEO, Howard Schulz, has detailed plans to hire 10.000 refugees in the countries where the coffee chain operates. We are living in an unprecedented time one in which we are witness to the conscience of the USA.
The promise of the American Dream must be kept in tact and alive. These uncertain times call for different measures and communication tools than we have used in the past. Starbucks wants to accelerate its commitment to leverage new platforms moving forward.
Starbucks can not be alarmed that human rights are under attack. This is a time to profit from the circumstances the world has to offer, and refugees can be used perfectly to perform in the coffee chain. The low-cost alternative can stimulate the company’s value, making more money cashing in on (dark) the results of the war.
Schultz wants to hire 10.000 young people looking for opportunities and a pathway to another life around the world. At the moment there are more than 65 million citizens in the world recognized as refugees by the United Nations.
This is why Starbucks wants to cash in and double down on working with equity market employees as well a joint venture and licensed market partners in a concerted effort to welcome and seek opportunities for those fleeing war, violence and discrimination, according to Schultz.
Instead of hiring 10.000 U.S. war veterans, Starbucks has decided to hire 10.000 low paid alternatives out of countries where the American military has caused havoc, recruiting individuals that worked as interpreters and other type of support personnel (spies?) for US troops in the war zones.
Thousands of homeless US veterans are starving on the streets right now for Starbucks to hire other victims of world’s fascist wars.
Yahoo News / AA Magnum News 2017.