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The ROI Conundrum

The ROI Conundrum:

Attitudes and barriers towards proving the ROI of L&D

About the report

The importance of learning and development (L&D) within the modern UK workforce continues to grow.

As the battle for budgets gains traction, more attention is being paid to finding an effective way to calculate its return on investment.

We have surveyed 200 UK directors to understand the attitudes to L&D within organisations, as well as the barriers faced to calculating a tangible ROI.

Read to find out:

  • How businesses view the L&D function across numerous job titles
  • The barriers to measuring ROI
  • What action businesses are taking to evaluate L&D programmes
  • The preferred training environment.

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