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Supply Chain Continuity: The Impact of Global Labor

Global labor forces can have significant impacts on your supply chain continuity.

To avoid supply chain disruptions, be sure to include strategic supply management solutions in your business continuity management program (BCMP).

In this whitepaper, you'll find out more about the global workforce’s effect on your supply chain and how you can proactively plan to avoid disruptions through crisis management and emergency response planning.

What you’ll find inside:

  • The importance of knowing your supply chain market and political climate
  • The top consequences of having a disruption in your supply chain
  • How the COVID-19 outbreak, and other health crises, can affect your global operations
  • Top recommendations for supply chain resilience

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What's inside:

Strike Scope

Often when people think of labor strikes that affect supply chains, they think of workers directly involved in product manufacturing or other direct company labor.

But work stoppages in utility plants, fuel chains, and transportation networks—any organization involved in providing power, communications, and movement of goods—are also potential disruptors.

In fact 72%

of suppliers who have dealt with a breakdown in their supply chains have lacked the full visibility needed to come up with a fast and simple solution1

About Assurance

We offer business continuity solutions and services to 700+ customers worldwide.

“Assurance's enhanced risk assessment capabilities and the incorporation of out-of-the-box industry standards helps us further improve our efficiencies.
Joyce A. Flinn, Information Security & Disaster Recovery Officer, First United Bank & Trust
“Assurance provides the visibility we need to monitor risks across our program so that we can quickly identify potential weak-spots and proactively make the necessary course corrections.”
Andy Wyley, Director of Organizational Resilience, SmileDirectClub
“With ASI’s help we were able to prepare for and pass audits and examinations for our business continuity and disaster recovery programs.”
Jeff Jaques, CRVPM, CISRCP, Credit Union of Southern California