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Practices 'who do not get along' being forced into CCGs' preferred networks

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Research has shown that the happiest workers have autonomy, skills that few others have, and a high demand for their services. So they can pick where and when they will work, with who (only if they want this as many prefer to work without others), and receive a high hourly rate of pay e.g. a self-employed plumber. In the distant past GPs commonly worked by themselves, just with the help of their spouses and their job enjoyment was extremely high, sadly very very different to today.

Posted date

05 Apr 2019

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9:11am

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