White Paper: Manufacturing Outlook, Help Wanted2nd Quarter 2021 Insights from the Saltmarsh Manufacturing Team

5/4/2021 - By Suzanne Cox, CPA, CIT & Cristine Torrefranca, CPA

This White Paper discusses the staffing challenges that manufacturers face as production ramps up as the pandemic de-escalates.

As the U.S. moves closer to putting the pandemic in the rearview window, “normal” seems right around the corner for the manufacturing industry, but what does that mean? In 2018, before COVID-19 reared its ugly head, organizations like Deloitte and the Manufacturing Institute anticipated that U.S. manufacturers would face a shortage of workers through 2028.

What, if anything, has changed since then?

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About the Authors
Suzanne Cox, CPA, CIT | Suzanne is a shareholder in the Audit & Assurance Services Department of Saltmarsh, Cleaveland & Gund. Suzanne’s primary areas of experience include providing auditing, accounting, taxation and consulting services for the firm’s construction, manufacturing and technology clients and a variety of not-for-profit entities.

Cristine Torrefranca, CPA | Cristine is a manager in the Audit & Assurance Services Department of Saltmarsh, Cleaveland and Gund. Cristine has over 10 years of experience and provides audit and assurance services for the firm’s retail, manufacturing and distribution, technology, and employee benefit plan clients. 

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