Click here for the Friday Reading Search, a searchable archive of reading and knowledge resources

Since March 2020, Airmic has been issuing Friday Reading, a curated series of readings and knowledge resources sent by email to Airmic members. The objective of Airmic Friday Reading was initially to keep members informed during the Covid-19 pandemic. Today, Airmic Friday Reading has evolved in scope to include content on a wide range of subjects with each email edition following a theme. This page is a searchable archive of all the readings and knowledge resources that have been shared.

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WTW, 2nd July 2023
Provide employees with a rewarding career experience in the face of persistent challenges – in 2023, we see a challenging economic environment characterised by inflation, recession, talent shortages, cost-of-living crisis, soaring energy prices, war, and ongoing geopolitical issue.
World Economic Forum, 30th April 2023
Explores how jobs and skills will evolve over the next five years. This fourth edition of the series continues the analysis of employer expectations to provide new insights on how socio-economic and technology trends will shape the workplace of the future.
McKinsey & Co, 3rd March 2023
Organisations face a critical shortage of talent and skills. Investing in people can create a virtuous cycle that improves the ability to attract, advance, and retain talent.
Airmic , 3rd January 2021
Hear from a panel of experts from Kroll, Generali and KPMG as they explore what has changed regarding trends in hybrid working and the use of the office, the impact this is having on the insurance industry, and also on employee engagement, productivity, and leadership.
The New Statesman
See pages 12 and 13 – Two opinion articles debating both sides of the question of making maths the biggest priority in secondary education, based on the Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s proposals to make maths compulsory up to age 18.
With 90% of employers concerned about skills shortages, upskilling could hold the key to addressing the challenges faced by organisations, whilst helping employees get ahead in their careers. But are employers and professionals aligned on how to best approach learning at work?