Cork Childcare Workers Say A Lack Of Funding And Low Pay Is Threatening The Survival Of The Sector
Thousands of early years workers walked off the job today
They joined a national protest to highlight what they say is an industry in crisis that needs urgent reform.
Childcare workers from creches, playschools and pre-schools say a lack of pay is leading to a recruitment and retention crisis, with many unable to afford to stay in the sector for long.
Speaking to RedFM News, these early years educators says the government needs to step in:
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