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How carers can grow their careers while looking after loved ones

Only 67 per cent of adult carers have a job, with the majority of the rest saying they’d like to work, but are unable to. Hoxby believes it doesn’t have to be this way.

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New Year, New Hoxby

Finding a new role is the top New Year resolution for Brits according to recent research, and recruiters say January is their …

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FLEX – Revolution, not evolution!

In 2017 a movement was sparked inside one of the world’s largest banks. Hundreds of individuals from across HSBC in the UK came …

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Students: Is it a good idea to start freelancing while you’re still studying?

More and more young people are choosing to work for themselves. In fact, we’ve seen a huge 41% increase in the number of young …

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Parents: the biggest under-utilised pool of talent in today's workforce

Parents - a significant group within society that can truly create a new way of working not only for themselves but for future …

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How to tackle loneliness as a freelancer

Reading about the recent BBC Radio 4 loneliness survey (which found 40% of 16-24 year olds often feel lonely) got me thinking …

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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 …

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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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