Mexico City starts Starbucks operated by Senior Citizens

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HU Staff: Alexyz Liggins @alexyzjoi A Mexico city Starbucks has partnered up with the National Institute for the Elderly to give a group of senior citizens a major employment opportunity! ___________________________________________________ According to WPIX news, the coffee shop employed seven people whose ages range from 55 to 60 who will have shifts that are six-and-a-half hours long. ___________________________________________________ With a guaranteed two full days off, these seniors will all be insured for any major medical expenses. “It took us two years to land the best scheme to contribute to the elderly community in Mexico, opening the doors of our stores to senior baristas was not a goal, it was an act of congruence with the inclusion philosophy of Starbucks,” general director of the company Christian Gurría said. ___________________________________________________ Read more at thehollywoodunlocked.com, link in bio.

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