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The manufacturing industry is no stranger to disruptions. From equipment maintenance and plant retooling to unexpected weather events, temporary shutdowns are an inherent part of the business. However, these disruptions often come with a significant cost, not just in terms of production losses, but also the financial strain they impose on employees who are put on unemployment. This is where Supplemental Unemployment Benefits (SUB) plans step in, offering manufacturing companies an efficient way to weather the storm and maintain their workforce's financial stability.