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Starbucks Korea has been chosen by the Korea Employment Agency for Persons with Disabilities as an “excellent case” of having incorporated the disabled into its workforce.
The company had the greatest percentage of employees with disabilities in the country, comprising 4 percent of its workforce as of June 2022. At least 50 of the 800 employees with impairments work in management.
The Starbucks Korea initiative that assists women in returning to the job after giving birth earned the company recognition as a "family-friendly corporation" from the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family. In the previous ten years, 172 mothers visited Starbucks Korea again.
Starbucks Korea has increased its efforts to promote equitable employment opportunities and give back to the community.
The government also recognized the coffee chain, with over 20,000 employees across over 1,600 locations nationwide, for providing equal employment opportunities to disadvantaged groups.
In collaboration with the Ministry of SMEs and Startups and the Ministry of Labor, Starbucks Korea has been supporting unemployed young adults and those over 40 to assist in increasing employment rates locally.
Additionally, it offers unique barista and service training for underrepresented groups, young people, women, and ethnic families that want to work in the field.