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  • Production Labor Sourcing Articles - SCM | Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC) | North Carolina State University
    Business Week Special Advertising Section pdf Griffiths D N D The Theory and Practice of Outsourcing White Paper Kudos Information Ltd pdf IMF Balance of Payments Statistics Yearbook 2003 Categories SCM Research Production Labor Sourcing Conclusions Current Trends in Production Labor Sourcing By Rob Handfield PhD Posted 06 01 2006 Conclusions One element from our research is clear In the modern era of global competition the companies that will succeed and continue to lead will be those that have a Categories SCM Research Production Labor Sourcing Findings Current Trends in Production Labor Sourcing By Rob Handfield PhD Posted 06 01 2006 Findings Based on our empirical analysis of the data the following key points emerged from our research A more detailed presentation of the findings will be posted throughout the Summer Categories SCM Research Production Labor Sourcing Methodology Current Trends in Production Labor Sourcing By Rob Handfield PhD Posted 06 01 2006 Methodology In order to seek additional insights into the trend of outsourced production labor a series of interviews was carried out on the status of US manufacturing labor for skilled Categories SCM Research Production Labor Sourcing Background Current Trends in Production Labor Sourcing By Rob Handfield PhD North Carolina State University Posted 06 01 2006 Background Imagine you walk into your facility and see a group of semi skilled workers who are reliable show up on time and are trained to find ways to reduce waste through Categories SCM Research Production Labor Sourcing Introduction Current Trends in Production Labor Sourcing By Robert Handfield Ph D Posted 06 01 2006 Introduction Outsourcing has become a common business practice to decrease manufacturing costs Almost every element within a manufacturing company has been analyzed for suitability and impact Leading edge manufacturers have Categories SCM Research Production Labor Sourcing Supply Chain View

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  • Findings: Current Trends in Production Labor Sourcing - SCM | Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC) | North Carolina State University
    quality What is very interesting to note is that fact that by deploying this strategy they have keep jobs in the United States and actually increased quality production yields and streamlined work in process flow 4 Executives believe that production labor outsourcing will continue to grow rapidly in the future The respondents indicated a positive view of production labor sourcing and that it is a trend that will continue to occur in the future Almost 90 of the respondents viewed it favorably and have formal initiatives in process 5 Best in class companies are tightly integrating with outsource providers through multiple inter company multi functional teams One company we interviewed noted that they have multi level communication channels to facilitate collaboration with their outsource production labor provider The provider has become an integral part of their production team and has formal KPI s production goals and standards In essence this has moved to a pure play company within a company model bring the best in off shoring manufacturing within the tight control and four walls 6 The decision to outsource labor is evenly split among the companies between senior management and middle management levels About 55 of the companies noted that it was a corporate level decision while 45 noted that it was not an integrated strategy but the decision was made at the plant level The latter group noted that there is a need for a sourcing strategy that aligns preferred vendors for sourcing production labor This is a top down approach starting with the SVP of Manufacturing as the visionary and extended to the plant level through their Lean experts and production managers 7 Executives feel that their managers spend too much time UP TO 50 managing semi skilled workers Executives feel too much time is spent with semi skilled workers between 20 and 50 Several managers mentioned it is far easier to motivate a 60 000 a year skilled worker than a 10 hr worker Work ethics are very different between the low and skilled workforces Skilled workers give two weeks notice when they leave Most low semi skilled workers just don t show up for work because they have already started a new job Another plant manager commented one new material handler resigned when I ordered breakfast from him at the local fast food drive up I was handed his PPE with my order Conversely the skilled workers suffer from reduced attention to their issues including production quality streamlining and product enhancement One sklled worker commented I had a major production issue but my manager was too busy covering no shows which stopped the shift 8 Barriers to outsourcing production labor are significant and multi faceted Executives struggle with some key doubts regarding the issues associated with outsourcing Number one on the list is the risk of quality problems from high turnover and significant training costs Seamless integration of their workers with our workers along with who is the boss confusion is another key concern expressed

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  • Methodology: Current Trends in Production Labor Sourcing - SCM | Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC) | North Carolina State University
    Labor Sourcing Methodology Current Trends in Production Labor Sourcing Published on Jun 01 2006 by Rob Handfield PhD Methodology In order to seek additional insights into the trend of outsourced production labor a series of interviews was carried out on the status of US manufacturing labor for skilled and semi skilled production workers Note that specific manufacturing processes that require a high level of quality assurance is typically executed by a skilled worker Tasks which support the manufacturing processes are typically executed by a semi skilled worker The following questions were explored through our research Are US manufacturers receptive to outsourcing the management of the semi skilled workforce thus allowing their plant management to focus on core expertise in quality efficiencies and production yields Do US manufacturers spend considerable time and effort managing the semi skilled workforce Are production services unique and highly desirable alternative to off shoring production and saving US jobs Is there a valid business case for outsourcing production services Based on our exploration of these hypotheses and review of key opinion leader interviews a number of key insights emerged from the analysis Our interviews were carried out with executives from multiple manufacturing industries including office furniture military equipment energy industry equipment pharmaceuticals packaging textiles computers construction equipment and automotive components Executives from production outsourcing firms were also interviewed Responses were coded and captured in a set of quantifiable responses The project addressed each research question as valid or invalid based on the data to support each conclusion Categories SCM Research Production Labor Sourcing Read the Supply Chain Management Professional Newsletter Read the latest supply chain research articles and news as soon as we post them Privacy Policy Professional Resources SCM Articles SCM Resources SCM Terms Supply Chain Management Basics SCM Basics Tariffs and Tax Primer NAICS

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  • Background: Current Trends in Production Labor Sourcing - SCM | Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC) | North Carolina State University
    planning coordination with marketing and sourcing teams and have enough time to actively participate on lean and six sigma initiatives that are making your company more competitive and growing market share A dream No it is happening today Many manufacturing organizations are seeing these benefits through Production Labor Sourcing PLS PLS involves having a 3rd party completely manage the semi skilled labor in one or more specific production cells to specific production requirements The 3rd party is responsible for the total HR process including comprehensive training safety and daily management to reach required KPI s established by the management team PLS goes far beyond a temporary staffing service where unskilled laborers are delivered to your front door and billed for hours worked The PLS provider is viewed as a pure play semi skilled labor source manager for specific production requirements units located within your facility Most employer risks are moved to the PLS provider including all payroll liabilities employee benefits job training safety and OSHA risk PLS removes any co employment risk turnover impact and rework costs In essence the PLS provider becomes a company within your company PLS brings all the benefits of outsourcing manufacturing with significantly reduced risks including issues with consistent quality WIP turnaround and responsiveness One company interviewed is using PLS to completely outsource a production line while overseeing the operation quality with one internal production manager This line was originally identified to be off shored to China PLS costs are about equal to a fully loaded out in bound shipping SCM logistics and the like off shore program Your dream could be realized in the next 3 to 6 months using PLS This is a fast emerging trend that is perceived as a critical element that has impacted the competitive landscape and will increase dramatically within the next 3 to 5 years All Best in Class manufacturing companies interviewed herein have deployed formal programs and validated key metrics to support this statement To document the impact and potential of PLS we conducted a research study to develop key insights into the viability of this strategy by manufacturing executives as well as the current state of PLS We focused on the analysis of the current situation and the likely changes in this industry in the next 3 to 5 years We validated and contradicted a set of hypotheses through focused interviews with hands on subject matter experts in labor intensive US manufacturing The study was performed using a process consisting of facilitated brainstorming structured interviews primary data collection with multiple subject matter experts and secondary research to address the following critical questions What is the current level of production labor sourcing in the United States How much non value added time is spent on managing semi skilled workers in manufacturing settings What are the top concerns that manufacturers have with a contract labor force What is the likelihood that this trend will continue to grow Our interviews were carried out with executives from multiple labor intensive

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  • Big Data – Supply Chain View from the Field
    Supply chain analytics Supply Chain Economics Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Students Working Capital Management Jason Busch provided a great view on Block Chains and their impact on the future of funds in the supply chain at the Global Procurement Tech Summit in Baltimore Jason started out by discussing the fact that a company ledger is just a source of truth Because we are having more and morecomplexity in our No comments Procurement Technology An Update from Spend Matters in Baltimore by handfield categories Analytics Big Data Commodities forecasting Emerging Issues in Supply Chain ERP Systems Global Supply Chain Social Media in Supply Chains Strategic Sourcing Supply chain analytics Supply Chain Innovation Supply Chain Management Today I travelled to Baltimore to attend the ISM Spend matters Global Procurement Tech Summit I will be speaking on procurement analytics tomorrow but got to attend a set of great sessions over the first half of the day The first speaker was Anne Rung Administrator from the Office of Federal Procurement Policy In this session she No comments About Supply Chain View from the Field About The SCRC Producing graduates that are prepared to tackle supply chain management issues with analytical problem solving practical skills and the ability to execute Rob Handfield is the Bank of America Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management and Consulting Editor Journal of Operations Management He serves as Co Director of the SCRC along with Clyde Crider more Search Translate Recent Posts SCRC Meeting Insights Part II Management Principles for Executing Visibility Strategies SCRC Meeting Insights Part I A Fireside Chat with John Sculley Apple s former CEO The Do s and Don ts of Deal Making and Contract Management The Drive To 100 Bio based Plastic Bottles Bo Andersson s Supply Strategy Collides With Vladimir Putin s Russia The Performance Triangle Collapses Outsourcing Tesla is Bucking the Trend Can You Trust the Information Your Supply Chain System Tells You Craig Reed from Dupont Battle Tactics for Technology Innovation What are Block Chains Jason Busch on the Future of Money Trust and Transparency Procurement Technology An Update from Spend Matters in Baltimore Upcoming SCRC Meeting to Focus on Transparency in the Global Supply Chain Is it Time for to Move Away from World Class Supply Chains Academics share insights about sustainable supply chains at NC State Workshop Poor Supply Chain Systems will drag down your asset velocity Procurement Analytics Hanging Out and Thinking About Value Supply chain industries have a massive impact on the North Carolina economy 6 Questions on the Minds of Every Chief Procurement Officer Procurement at a Crossroads Spot On and Makes You Think Transparency is the new Sustainability Collaboration is becoming a bad word in some circles Nike partnership with Flex producing innovation coupled with digitization A solution for the New Normal Real Time Supply Chain thinking SCM is smoking hot Why students should consider NC State for a supply chain major Driving Supply Chain Engagement in Oil and Gas NOW is the Time Categories

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  • Customer Relationship Management – Supply Chain View from the Field
    is About PEOPLE Sorry it s not about Technology April 25 2014 by handfield categories Customer Relationship Management Supplier Relationship Management Supply Chain Innovation Supply Chain Management Supply chain Relationships Supply Market Intelligence We had some great insights from two speakers on our final day of the SCRC Meeting Our first speaker was Lowell Hoffman who spoke about some of the lessons learned he s experienced working for 25 years in procurement as a CPO at National Can Kraft and Colgate Palmolive and 18 years of professional consulting Lowell emphasized 2 comments Supplier Led Innovation Theme for Upcoming SCRC Meeting April 23 24 2014 March 22 2014 by handfield categories Customer Relationship Management Design for Supply Chain Strategic Cost Management Supplier Relationship Management Supply Chain Innovation Supply Chain Management Our SCRC team sent out invitations to our next SCRC meeting on April 23 and 24 which will focus on a theme that is often discussed in the press but which many people have yet to really define effectively Managing Relationships to Drive Supplier Led Innovation The concept of measuring and structuring supplier relationships to drive No comments So what exactly is Supplier Relationship Management anyway January 28 2014 by handfield categories Category Management Customer Relationship Management Supply Chain Innovation Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Quality Supply chain Relationships A lot of terminology is being thrown in pubic forums using terms such as collaboration partnering relationship management and other themes These terms are in my opinion being over used without really attaching too much meaning to them They all seem to refer to some form of touchy feely kumbaya type of relationship between buyers and sellers that 1 comment Auditing visibility and collaboration The keys to a socially responsible supply chain September 11 2013 by handfield categories BRIC Supply Chain Contract Management Corporate Social Responsibility Customer Relationship Management Global Supply Chain Labor and Human Rights in the Supply Chain Supply chain analytics Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Systems In the September issue of the Supply Chain Management Review Andreas Wieland from Berlin Technical University and I have published a thoughtpiece on the application of social responsible criteria to the supply chain As we discussed this concept it became clear that three key elements lay at the foundation of creation of social responsibility when 2 comments ThyssenKrupp The Amazon of Material Services October 17 2012 by handfield categories Customer Relationship Management Global Distribution Global Supply Chain Logistics Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Strategy ThyssenKrupp is one of the big steel producers in Europe and is getting ready to move to a completely different supply chain model The company competes in a number of areas including steel in Europe steel in Americase Materials Services Inoxum Elevator Technology Plant Technology Components Technology and Marine Systems The Chairman of the Board Dr 1 comment The Father of Collaborative Relationship Management Passes Away September 25 2012 by handfield categories Contract Management Customer Relationship Management Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Risk Unless you happened to be reading

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  • Design for Supply Chain – Supply Chain View from the Field
    tour of the plant One of the first interesting things about EMC is that like many other manufacturers in the industry EMC s demand is highly cyclical No comments SCRC Meeting April 27 28 on Supply Chain Risk Building a Risk Management Capability April 20 2015 by handfield categories Corporate Social Responsibility Design for Supply Chain Labor and Human Rights in the Supply Chain Logistics MBA Supply Chain Supply chain analytics Supply Chain Management Supply chain Relationships Supply Chain Risk Supply Chain Students Supply Market Intelligence Transportation Planning We are in the last stages of planning for our upcoming 31st Semi Annual Supply Chain Resource Cooperative SCRC Meeting on Monday and Tuesday April 27 28 2015 at North Carolina State University The theme of the general meeting will focus on a topic of great interest to supply chain professionals at every level of the organization Creating a Supply No comments Omni Channel Supply Chains Are Changing Everything You Ever Learned in School February 26 2015 by handfield categories Analytics Business Process Outsourcing Design for Supply Chain Emerging Issues in Supply Chain ERP Systems Forecasting Global Distribution Inventory Management Logistics Luxury Brands MBA Supply Chain Retail Logistics Supply chain analytics Supply Chain Innovation Supply Chain Management Supply chain Relationships Supply Chain Systems Transportation Planning Working Capital Management A senior executive from a large global manufacturer came to speak in my MBA class this week and discussed the major shifts in global business that was occurring due to the emergence of omni channel capabilities in the supply chain His insights and presence were most appreciated by everyone especially given the snowfall we were experiencing 2 comments Biogen Idec designs the innovation supply chain February 25 2015 by handfield categories Biobased Products Biopharmaceutical Supply Chain Business Process Outsourcing Contract Management Design for Supply Chain Global Supply Chain Healthcare Supply Management Organizing for Supply Chain Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Strategic Sourcing Supplier Relationship Management Supply Chain Economics Supply Chain Management Supply chain Relationships Supply Chain Risk Supply Chain Strategy Joydeep Ganguly from Biogen Idec spoke in my Supply Chain Relationships class last week and shared his insights on how Biogen s supply chain evolved Since graduating from the NC State Jenkins MBA program in 2006 Joydeep Ganguly has risen through the ranks at Biogen Idec the world s oldest independent biotechnology company and the largest No comments Sustainable Luxury Managing Social and Environmental Performance in Iconic Brands BOOK REVIEW November 10 2014 by handfield categories Book Reviews Corporate Social Responsibility Design for Supply Chain Labor and Human Rights in the Supply Chain Luxury Brands Procurement Sustainability Retail Logistics Sustainability Luxury is a necessity that begins when necessity ends Coco Chanel In this blog I review the new book Sustainable Luxury by Gardetti and Torres Most people who buy a luxury product whether it is a Gucci purse an Armani suit a Dolce Gabana dress or a pair of Ferragamo loafers rarely stop No comments Global Luxury Management Lifestyle brands require push supply chain design customization October 24 2014 by handfield categories Analytics BRIC Supply Chain China Supply Chain Corporate Social Responsibility Customer Relationship Management Design for Supply Chain Emerging Issues in Supply Chain Global Supply Chain Luxury Brands Supply Chain Management More and more global luxury brands such as Gucci Louis Vuitton and others are promoting themselves as Lifestyle brands spanning many products including fragrance home collections apparel paint wallpaper foods and many other products In this environment the supply chain and logistics task becomes even more complex as it involves delivering and fulfilling product and service No comments SCRC Student Project Lineup Off to a Great Start August 27 2014 by handfield categories Aerospace Supply Chain Biopharmaceutical Supply Chain Category Management Commodities forecasting Design for Supply Chain MBA Supply Chain Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Strategic Cost Management Strategic Sourcing Supplier Relationship Management Supply chain analytics Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Students NC State kicked off classes last week and as usual our incoming group of MBA students were lined up with projects as part of their entry class into supply chain management MBA 541 I have been teaching this class called Supply Chain Relationships for the last 15 years at NC State This class develops major No comments Supplier Led Innovation Theme for Upcoming SCRC Meeting April 23 24 2014 March 22 2014 by handfield categories Customer Relationship Management Design for Supply Chain Strategic Cost Management Supplier Relationship Management Supply Chain Innovation Supply Chain Management Our SCRC team sent out invitations to our next SCRC meeting on April 23 and 24 which will focus on a theme that is often discussed in the press but which many people have yet to really define effectively Managing Relationships to Drive Supplier Led Innovation The concept of measuring and structuring supplier relationships to drive No comments Small Business Manufacturing in America Innovate Design Develop and Manufacture February 27 2014 by handfield categories Category Management Design for Supply Chain Organizing for Supply Chain Strategic Cost Management Strategic Sourcing Supplier Relationship Management Supply Chain Innovation I had a remarkable interview with a medium sized supplier today that has truly found a business model which I believe holds a promise for a new industrial revolution in North America The approach is built on one of America s most important capabilities that makes it stand out globally the ability to generate ideas and 1 comment Handfield s Supply Chain Analytics Predictions for 2014 December 16 2013 by handfield categories Analytics BRIC Supply Chain BVL International Contract Management Corporate Social Responsibility Design for Supply Chain Emerging Issues in Supply Chain ERP Systems Forecasting German supply chain Global Distribution Global Supply Chain Labor and Human Rights in the Supply Chain Logistics MBA Supply Chain Programs Strategic Cost Management Supply chain analytics Supply Chain Economics Supply Chain Innovation Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Quality Supply chain Relationships Supply Chain Risk Supply Chain Strategy Supply Chain Systems Supply Market Intelligence Sustainability Transportation Planning 2013 has certainly been an interesting year I ve had the good fortune

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  • Emerging Issues in Supply Chain – Supply Chain View from the Field
    is reducing the quality of No comments Nike partnership with Flex producing innovation coupled with digitization January 21 2016 by handfield categories Analytics Design for Supply Chain Emerging Issues in Supply Chain Inventory Management Logistics Supply chain analytics Supply Chain Innovation Supply Chain Management Supply Market Intelligence I spent the last two days meeting with members of the Global Supply Chain and Manufacturing team at Nike in Beaverton Oregon Nike has developed a partnership with NC State s Supply Chain Resource Cooperative and we are working together to explore new approaches to creating a sustainable supply chain The visit comes on the heels No comments Handfield s Top Supply Chain Predictions for 2016 December 28 2015 by handfield categories Emerging Issues in Supply Chain Supply chain analytics Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Talent If there s anything we ve learned in the last year it s that prediction is not only much more difficult than it looks but also that the volatility and uncertainty in the global supply chain operating environment is making life a whole lot LESS predictable Prediction generally involves developing some sort of forecast and in this case we aren t No comments Poole COM to host the 2nd Annual Workshop on Sustainable Supply Chain Management February 26 28 2016 December 15 2015 by handfield categories Corporate Social Responsibility Design for Supply Chain Emerging Issues in Supply Chain Energy Supply Chain Global Supply Chain Labor and Human Rights in the Supply Chain Supply Chain Ethics Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Strategy Sustainability I am excited to announce an academic conference being hosted by Professor Eda Kemahlioglu Ziya and myself on sustainable supply chain management strategies in February This is a follow on session to the first conference of this sort held at Georgia Tech last year The goal of the workshop is to host academics who are exploring No comments Interview on Buyer s Meeting Point BlogTalk Radio Creating Procurement Value is a Lot of Work December 4 2015 by handfield categories Emerging Issues in Supply Chain Organizing for Supply Chain Strategic Sourcing Supplier Relationship Management Supply Chain Talent Supply Chain Talent Management Gerard Chick and I were recently interviewed by Kelly Barner on the Buyer s Meeting Point Blog Talk Radio yesterday and this was posted on their site for any interested parties to view We spent a lot of time talking about the need to move up the maturity ladder as well as the different sets of No comments Only 1 Week Until the Supply Chain Analytics Conference at NC State November 30 2015 by handfield categories Analytics Change Management Emerging Issues in Supply Chain Organizing for Supply Chain Supply chain analytics Supply chain Relationships Supply Chain Risk Supply Chain Strategy Supply Chain Students With only one week left prior to our upcoming SCRC meeting students are busily preparing their final posters putting the finishing touches on their presentations and getting ready to meet with their project sponsors to deliver their insights and findings Many of the projects students in my MBA 541 class have been working on this No comments Black Friday isn t What it Used to Be E Commerce has Changed the Landscape November 26 2015 by handfield categories Emerging Issues in Supply Chain Forecasting German supply chain Global Distribution Inventory Management Logistics Supply chain analytics Supply Chain Management Supply chain Relationships Supply Chain Strategy Working Capital Management As retailers prepare for Black Friday what used to be the biggest shopping day of the year the day after Thanksgiving expectations are actually rather low A reporter on CNN noted that it was a non event and that even Cyber Monday the Monday after Thanksgiving weekend is no longer a big deal The fact is No comments Will Purchasing Be Replaced by Agile Contracting and Relationship Management November 12 2015 by handfield categories Contract Management Emerging Issues in Supply Chain Project Management Supplier Relationship Management Supply Chain Management Supply chain Relationships Supply Chain Risk I had the opportunity to visit with Tim Cummins and Katherine Kawamoto from IACCM who came by the SCRC offices yesterday to chat We spent some time catching up on recent events in the news and also had the opportunity to exchange ideas based on a recent webinar we ran with Shell in which we 1 comment SIG Webinar on Procurement Analytics and Innovative Data Leveraging November 6 2015 by handfield categories Analytics Emerging Issues in Supply Chain Procure to Pay Strategic Cost Management Supply chain analytics Supply Chain Innovation Supply Chain Management I will be leading a webinar with the Sourcing Interest Group next Nov 12 at 2 PM based on a study I have been working on with some folks at IBM The webinar will also include Howard Richman a colleague I have known for many years first at Merck and now working at Citrix as No comments Procurement as a Non Profit Center for Supply Chain Risk Consolidation October 29 2015 by handfield categories Commodities forecasting Emerging Issues in Supply Chain Food Supply Chains Local Food Systems Organizing for Supply Chain Supplier Relationship Management Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Risk Working Capital Management I spent some time this week with a group of procurement executives from Restaurant Supply Chain Solutions a company that conducts all of the procurement and supply chain activity for YUM brands including Pizza Hut KFC Taco Bell as well as A W This organization was created a number of years ago in response to a No comments What Recruiters are Looking For in Supply Chain Students October 23 2015 by handfield categories Emerging Issues in Supply Chain MBA Supply Chain MBA Supply Chain Programs Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Students Supply Chain Talent Supply Chain Talent Management Undergraduate Supply Chain This is a guest post from Director Clyde Crider of the Supply Chain Resource Cooperative based on an MBA panel he sat in on yesterday at NC State s Poole College of Management We are frequently asked to provide guidance and advice

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