Pharmacists fighting to raise pay

money stock level up financial
Union welcomes PSA report on remuneration Professional Pharmacists Australia (PPA) has welcomed the PSA’s recently released report ‘Pharmacists in 2023: Roles and Remuneration’, saying pay and work conditions are now improving over time. “As the union for employee pharmacists, PPA has worked to build the power and influence of employee pharmacists to begin to raise

This content is restricted to registered users only. If you have already registered on the AJP website please login below, Or you can Register for free.

Forgot Password?Why do I need to login & stay in?

Previous GP pharmacists equivalent to trained community pharmacists?
Next World news wrapup: 1 August 2019