Translation of key worker in Spanish:

key worker

trabajador clave, n.

noun

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    trabajador clave masculine
    trabajadora clave feminine
    • The government is keen to trumpet its array of complex housing schemes to help key workers.
    • We have got to make sure that the Government supports its key workers.
    • Key workers moving into the area into public service jobs, such as teaching, would not be penalised by the scheme.
    • The council has attempted to make cheaper accommodation available for key workers to improve recruitment and retention, but it could probably do more.
    • The loss of a firefighter and assistant teacher from the borough will be seen by some as evidence that lowly-paid key workers are being forced out of the borough.
    • Pressure to move key workers quickly on to new developments means homes are not being adequately finished off.
    • There is a lack of clarity in the role of the keyworker which is fundamental to the continuing development of each resident.
    • Four versions of the questionnaire were written, comprising one each for physicians, pharmacists, community key workers, and patients.
    • The Government last night faced calls to extend help for key workers to the rest of the country to prevent the problem spreading.
    • Today the Government revealed its plans to vaccinate key workers against smallpox - and the population as a whole in the event of an attack.
    • In the last eight years more than 100 key workers have had housing help from the council.
    • Kingston is the 17th most expensive place in the country for key workers to buy a home, according to a study out last week.
    • More than 50 flats will be set aside for key workers.
    • Key workers could be asked to report to duty for prolonged and unpredictable periods.
    • Care in hospital, care at home, respite care, and education all need to be coordinated, and community paediatric nurses often do this as key workers.
    • The government also intends to sell off surplus publicly owned land to build low-cost starter homes, particularly for key workers such as nurses and teachers.
    • The five-year scheme to build homes on land given up by the national park would accommodate key workers identified by Craven District Council.
    • Government plans to subsidise housing for key workers in London are failing.
    • Edinburgh must avoid becoming another southeast of England where house price inflation has priced key workers out of the housing market.
    • Power failures were reported in Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal and Mpumalanga, although Eskom and the unions have a Minimum Service Agreement that excludes key workers from taking strike action.