Guest: Rosemary Coates, executive director of the Reshoring Institute, shares that a lack of skilled workers is hindering reshoring efforts.
November 15, 2022
Supply Chain Media
The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) and CSCMP’s Supply Chain Quarterly bring you a new podcast filled with deep industry discussions. We talk to today’s top thought innovators, spanning topics across the entire supply chain. Supply Chain in the Fast Lane fast tracks topics you need to know from leaders you want to know.
In this third season of eight episodes, we look at strategies for finding and retaining workers.
Supply Chain in the Fast Lane: Responding to the labor crisis
EPISODE 6: The labor challenges of reshoring
For companies thinking or planning to reshore or nearshore operations closer to home, training potential workers is essential to a successful transition. Our guest Rosemary Coates, executive director of the Reshoring Institute, explores one of the main sticking points when companies are considering reshoring and nearshoring manufacturing or production: the lack of a skilled workforce.
Moderator: Diane Rand, managing editor, CSCMP’s Supply Chain Quarterly