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Jobs give deaf staff a warm glow at bakery

Jobs give deaf staff a warm glow at bakery
The oven’s warm glow and aroma of fresh bread signal the morning rush at Bach’s Bakery in the central Chinese city of Changsha.

 Advanced Search The story appears on Page A8 September 21, 2020 Free for subscribers View shopping cart Related News Home » Nation Jobs give deaf staff a warm glow at bakery The oven’s warm glow and aroma of fresh bread signal the morning rush at Bach’s Bakery in the central Chinese city of Changsha.Bach’s employs mainly hearing-impaired staff, whose banter over trays of pumpkin bread and Danish sausage rolls is done entirely in sign language.You need to know someone to be able to find good work,” added Wan, hearing-impaired since birth and speaking via sign language translated by Brutzer.Most go on to work in other bakeries, restaurants or hotels.

“It’s hard (to find work) in other places.The operation, owned and operated by German national Uwe Brutzer, provides rare work opportunities.

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