Translation of short-staffed in Spanish:


Pronunciation: ///ʃɔːtˈstɑːft/


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    they/we were short-staffed les/nos faltaba personal
    • It may be worth getting to know what recruitment resources are at your disposal even if you aren't short-staffed currently.
    • Childcare centres are too short-staffed to adequately educate young Tasmanian children, says an international speaker on education.
    • Harborview can't find the nursing and support personnel to handle the patient load it has now; it's chronically short-staffed.
    • We knew we weren't supposed to do it, but we did it because we were short-staffed and it was the only way to get the rounds done on time.
    • We expressed sympathy for her being short-staffed on such a busy night, and she asked if we liked free stuff.
    • We don't want to cause disruption to the public but we are short-staffed and our pay rise wasn't good and people are upset.
    • We have been short-staffed at work because people keep going on holiday.
    • In Arizona, officials say, more than a hundred prison guards are serving overseas, leaving their already crowded prisons badly short-staffed.
    • So everyone was very stressed, a bit short-staffed.
    • If some commuters cannot get in then some employers will find themselves short-staffed.
    • Although officially retired in 2001, Mrs Cullen regularly taught lessons at the school when the school was short-staffed.
    • What does the future hold for us when we don't feel safe because we never see police in the area but a dozen officers can sit in a hall for three hours while complaining they are short-staffed?
    • Other essential services are also short-staffed.
    • The business of health care combined with staff turnover and being short-staffed can affect a perioperative nurse's morale.
    • Occasionally when we are short-staffed we have to pull people away from monitoring.
    • In August, we were very busy because it was so hot but we were short-staffed because a lot of people were off on holiday.
    • We were so short-staffed at points that senior management were often doing the duties of junior prison officers.
    • Eventually she became exhausted from the long hours at the short-staffed school.
    • The midwife said jokingly they were quite short-staffed so they were glad I didn't give birth in the hospital.
    • It also revealed that the Clyde-based agency was short-staffed on the day of the tragedy last July.