While a shy teacher (Moritz Bleibtreu) travels to meet the woman he loves, he picks up a hitchhiker (Christiane Paul) who has feelings for him.
part-time hairdresser Nikki Pinnington furloughed since March, and home-schooling was Cosmo, her 11-year-old son, while Her Husband - The Family of the main income earners, will continue to work full-time.
The government had promised that all students would have to go Back To be able to, on 4. July, because it feels to the schools that are not ready yet.
"I can't see how I'm going to say really, Back To work," Nikki. "The summer club, I would use normally, will not run and my grandparents and parents-in-law are in the high-Risk category for coronavirus.
"the hair craft is an incredibly tight contact professional and my husband is a broker, so we would not feel confident, by taking the Risk . "'Risk of Drop-out'
you think that working mothers always a "bad business" during the lockout, since they tend to earn less than their husbands, and in a scenario like this comes out, it will take care of usually The First to sacrifice their jobs to The Children .
And she's not the only parent complaining of the decision of the government.
Since March, only essential employees were able to access education for their children, which means many parents have to fight in The Last 11 weeks, in order to balance working from home and childcare.
Many had hoped, for a short break before the summer started, but now the vast majority of students do not return until at least September. To add insult to injury, the usual summer-vacation-childcare facilities, such as activity camps, or Grand-parents are still a taboo, as the coronavirus.
the"Extended school closures are to be obliged, probably, will place further pressure on working parents and employers, flexible and creative response," says Claire McCartney, a senior inclusion adviser at the Chartered Institute of Professional Development (CIPD).Sally Jones and Her Daughter Kitty
Sally Jones , 48, says she was "devastated" by the decision of the government, have really struggled to work and home school their two daughters.
The part-time University administrator currently manages The Lion 's share of the childcare in The House , because Her Husband works full-time. As a result, she says, she feels stressed and exhausted".', It just tears you up'
"I'm always distracted and I don't feel I'm really doing either my job or the home-schooling correctly," Sally says.
Some warn that The Burden of child-care services during extended school closures falls disproportionately on the women.
The Institute for Fiscal Studies, says that mothers in different-sex couples are one-and-a half times more likely to have lost work as fathers, during the pandemic. And, according to CIPD research, 44% of women say their financial security has worsened, compared with 35% of men, which began since the lockdown.What are your rights?
For more information, visit the website.
"We could see] to not lose the parents, and particularly mothers, to work, because childcare is simply not There . It's not just schools - There is evidence that a huge number of children nurseries and childminders are in danger of closing. "German Chancellor Rishi Sunak has reversed its position on the statutory maternity and Paternity Leave
The government, which should help some of the parents. They allow the employees to go,-time to take care of your children while they claimed that 80% of The Lost income, although the employer must consent.
It is also calling for more flexible working Hours , laws for the protection of working parents is permanent. In the UK, workers have The Right to ask their employer for flexible Hours of work, but TUC research suggests that one in three requests denied.
"have told the Minister before, you will be flexible working Hours , a Standard right for all workers from The First day in The Job , and you now need to fulfil urgently the promises," said General Secretary Frances O'grady
the employer will monitor The Situation carefully.
The Confederation of British industry children always says Back To school safely will be crucial to the UK's economic recovery, according to lockdown, and to stop children residue outside of the classroom. But it also says that Public Health needs to be the "Number One priority to stay".
A Treasury spokesman said: "The Coronavirus Job-Retention-System has been extended to October , which means that it will continue to support people as they move back into work and we get the UK economy up and running again.
"We will continue to look for ways to support people returning to work and have announced that critical employee, your income will continue to receive 30 Hours of free childcare, even if due to coronavirus. "