Good mental health for all includes your freelancers.

The future of work is already here but just not evenly distributed — to paraphrase William Gibson. Indeed this year has reads a little like a future dystopian novel for many, yet work might be changing for the better. 100 days of restrictions on where we work and being apart from each other has not only accelerated the conversation around remote and more flexible working patterns, but also shone…

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Chief Freelance Officer. Strategist. Supporting the mental health of the self-employed. Building teams which work better.

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Matthew Knight

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Chief Freelance Officer. Strategist. Supporting the mental health of the self-employed. Building teams which work better.

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