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The Impact of Labor Shortage on Supply Chain in Canada

The Labor Supply Chain Shortage Impact on Canada


Once the pandemic hit, Canadians under the age of 35 were among the hardest hit by the wave of job losses in the spring of 2020. With businesses opening up at after COVID-19 cases started to decline and vaccines were introduced to the public, a labor shortage continues. In fact, about 40% of Canadian small and medium-sized businesses are facing difficulty hiring new employees with the situation worsening. In this whitepaper, we will walk you through:

  • Labor shortage crisis under the lens of SCM
  • Top methods to combat labor shortage
  • Disruption in manpower across industries
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