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Rewriting the Psychological Contract Hoxby-Style

Over the years I have increasingly become of the view that a huge amount of time and effort is invested and targeted at selecting and fixing the individual, without such an in-depth view being taken as to whether the organisation itself is structured appropriately to foster and nurture the talented people within it.

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Why more mothers than ever are choosing to freelance

The traditional employment structure is forcing parents (both mothers and fathers) to make unreasonable compromises when it comes …

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Risk and rewards

More and more people want to break away from 9-5, but the biggest question on everyone’s minds: are the rewards really worth the …

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I can see the light, finally

We talk to four Hoxbies about the dark places depression has taken them to and how life with the Collective has formed a vital …

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Dreaming in total darkness

Stress should make up a trinity of the inevitable alongside death and taxes. If not held in check it can eventually lead to the …

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Work in Progress

Yesterday Hoxby co-founder Alex Hirst revealed how stress had left him disengaged from the world and his family around him. Alex …

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Superhero Mums in Pyjamas

Beautifully timed on Father’s Day 2016 after Sunday lunch (and too much sticky toffee pudding), my darling daughter decided to …

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The State of the Workplace 2018

It’s been 200 years since the 8-hour working day was created. These days, tech enables many of us to work remotely and flexibly. …

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Discover the world while you work

Typically, the reality of remote working means being able to set up an office in the comfort of our own home, perhaps venturing …

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