BHER asked business owners, CEOs and senior executives from SMEs through to large companies about the benefits and barriers to WIL. When it comes to benefits, they identified the chance to build a skilled talent pipeline, a more equitable, diverse, and inclusive company, as well as a more innovative one.

One of the barriers to understanding the benefit of WIL programs in their organization, though, was making the business case for WIL. To address this need, BHER developed a return on investment (ROI) guide for employers to measure the benefits and costs associated with a WIL program.

We’ve boiled it down to 5 steps. Click below or on the sidebar to start.

WIL’s Return on Investment

Step 1: Understand ROI