American newly elected president Donal Trump made a seismic move.He banned 218 million people around the world and stopped the entry of refugees to American. His executive order has been issued on Friday.
He prominently seized the entry of six Muslim nation’s refugees includes Iran, Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Sudan, Somalia and Libya at least for 90 days.He stopped the entry of Syrian refugees. The ban is mainly Muslim ban because he has accepted the entry of Christian refugees. This has aroused many questions on national and international political and social point, many strong protests have been made within the U.S. and outside of the U.S.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz written a letter to his employees to design a system to hire more refugees. In the response of Donald ban statement, Starbucks responded with a revolutionary move. They designed a strategy to hire for work about 10,000 refugees for next five year.
Starbucks’ responded to Trump to hire 10,000 refugees:
Howard Schultz has published the letter to employee and announced a plan to hire 10,000 refugees and immigrants in next five year. The immigrants who have worked with U.S troops and support personnel.
Schultz is writing this letter to all employees of Starbuck with deep concern, “a heavy grief, and a resolute promise,We are living in an uncertain time, one in which we are watching to the conscience of our country, and the aim to fulfill the American Vision, being called into the verge of existence.”
Schultz has criticized Trump in many ways he said Trump has also ditched Barack Obama’s health care law (Obamacare) policies and trade with Mexico. He further said that he will provide health care services to the maximum number of his employees.
Courtesy and Human Rights are under attack:
CEO better addressed in such matters and “I am hearing the alarm you all are sounding that the civility and human rights we have all taken for granted for so long are under attack,” these are at the verge of existence in the company of such cruel government.
Starbucks is aimed to keep working for the people who are affected of war and trying to escape the war zone, discrimination, violence, and persecution. Trumps orders are nowhere in way of Starbucks.
Schultz ended his letter reminding people that in the democratic system their opinion is more important and effective right now than ever before. Everyone should have to work and make a fruitful move personally.