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Hon Chau Low on 25 April 2012

In Singapore, there is a group of medical doctors, General Practitioners (non-specialists), who operate their own medical clinics. But, there are some General Practitioners (GPs) who do not - they are "Locums" - they do not own any clinic(s) of their own - but will work for another Doctor (Clinic) on a part-time basis; when their stint at a particular clinic is completed, they will go to the next assignment, at another clinic. So, this concept of "Independent Worker" is not new - it has been around for a few decades.

Gene Zaino (US) - Challenges and Opportunities for the Independent Worker (Part 1)

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