How to use Understaffed in a sentence
Stolen Up to 70% of staff in DTCs can be stolen from the NHS, leaving NHS hospitals even more understaffed.
There is a level below which nursing homes are so understaffed that quality care can not be provided.
For example, some areas have had the benefi t of increased staffing whilst others have been seriously understaffed.
How in heaven's name do already understaffed teams cope with key individuals being moved away from them?
And finally, with regards to security, the Justices found the prison to be grossly understaffed.Advertisement
There is mass exodus of nurses from the NHS, already severely understaffed.
I have spent my day caring for around 30 patients with infectious diarrhea and vomiting on an understaffed ward.
For many of us this just clarifies the reality of working in understaffed units or organizations.
She serves as caretaker at understaffed adoption centers and has adopted nine children into her own family.
My point is that in an understaffed chuch readers, retired clergy and local ordinands are increasingly being asked to do the same job.Advertisement
How in heaven 's name do already understaffed teams cope with key individuals being moved away from them?
This might mean that their clients do not get the time or attention they deserve because the firm is overwhelmed and understaffed.
During times when there is a high demand by customers and the business is understaffed, the situation can also create a high level of stress for cashiers.
You don't want to go to one that is understaffed, as they will not take as much time as may be necessary to you the pampering you're expecting.