Autumn is a cold season, which parents and primary school staff are currently noticing. It becomes problematic if supervisors fail more and more often. Then good advice is expensive!
Noses run, spray clouds full of saliva and bacteria permeate the rooms – as soon as it gets colder, people spit, cough and sneeze in the local childcare center. It is almost impossible for caregivers and educators not to get sick themselves. When employees are absent, facilities face major problems as staffing levels are generally already very short. “Every year in the fall, when the cold season begins, we notice this very strongly in the facilities,” says Christina Perterer, head of department at the Younion union.
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