The big economics story recently has been about why businesses are having trouble hiring workers when there are still millions of Americans who are unemployed. Employers are getting desperate while workers are in no hurry to go back to jobs with lousy compensation or bad work environments. At the same time, states are trying to push folks back into the workforce by cutting unemployment benefits and by requiring people to prove they’re actively looking for work. “There’s a big mismatch between what job seekers are looking for and what’s really available,” one expert said. On today’s show: the employer-employee mismatch. Also on the show: how one small business is dealing with supply chain issues, and how the role of videoconferencing could change in the post-pandemic workplace.