I am currently working on a heated glove project using a Buck-Boost converter to adjust the temperature of the glove. I'm using the LTC3112EDHD#TRPBF QFN Buck-Boost IC to control the Buck-Boost functionality. I just finished soldering my test PCB, and my Buck-Boost Converter IC isn't outputting a voltage. My multi-meter is reading a voltage output of 0V. I've included my schematic design below. The PCB layout is exactly the same as the schematic. Some of the ports on the IC are controlled by a micro-controller.
I honestly do not know what could be the issue with this circuit. My two guesses are that either some of the passive components got damaged during soldering (which I doubt. I confirm the resistors work properly, but can not confirm the capacitors functionality due to my multi-meters limitations), the Buck-Boost IC isn't solder correctly, or my design layout is incorrect. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Edit: I've added the PCB layout of the schematic. It may be hard to see due to all of the connections, but I've included it as a reference.