Survey: Small businesses call for more federal response to staffing, supply chain woes

EAST PROVIDENCE-based food truck Incred-A-Bowl shared concerns related to staffing, supply chain issues and inflation in a survey released by Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Voices on Monday. / COURTESY INCRED-A-BOWL
EAST PROVIDENCE – Staffing shortage, supply chain obstructions and inflation are top of mind for small-business owners, according to a new survey, and most feel the federal government's response to these issues is lacking. The survey, released Monday by the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Voices program, found that nationally, 87% of small-business owners reported…

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