- s inadequate in number of workers or assistants etc.
- Frustration mounts at short-staffed Treasury Department, where none of Geithner's 17 deputies have been named.
- Catholic Charities and Habitat are short-staffed and stretched thin.
- He looks tired, and he should be; he's incredibly short-staffed at the moment because the Lebanese employees of the UNHCR have fled to the mountains themselves.
News & Articles
- Fired Aspen Valley Hospital surgeon Dr. John Schultz to work as ‘locum’
Dr. John Schultz said Tuesday that he plans to remain in the Aspen area and will work as a “locum,” the term for a doctor who travels around the country and fills in at health care facilities that are temporarily or permanently short-staffed.
June 13, 2013 - The Aspen Times
- Nantucket's Newspaper Since 1821
(June 13, 2013) A Cape broker who brings seasonal foreign workers into the region told a congressional panel Wednesday that 25 to 30 of the local businesses she represents are still short-staffed and struggling to keep up with heavy seasonal demands.
June 13, 2013 - The Inquirer and Mirror
- Randy Carlyle in USA Today
We were short-staffed. It's not easy to replace those people in your lineup, but it's a situation where other people have an opportunity to play more and others to step up,coach Randy Carlyle said.
- Mike Babcock in Forbes
We fought through a lot, and once we started skating, we had fun,coach Mike Babcock said. "We're relatively short-staffed, so guys had to dig in. We're going through a rough time, sure, but that gives a guy like Ellis an opportunity, and...
- Liam Fox in BBC News
Shadow Defence Secretary Liam Fox added: "It is horrifying that they are so short-staffed when medical staff are needed more than ever."