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Employsure has welcomed the upcoming penalty rate cut as necessary to reflect the 24/7 economy The workplace relations firm, which represents close to 20,000 small and medium size businesses, has …

The Pharmacy Guild has welcomed a position paper from the Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman on workplace relations simplification The Ombudsman, former pharmacist and former ACT Chief Minister Kate …

Employees are one of the most important and valuable assets of any business, but what happens when the business is transferred to a new owner? Sarah Stoddart explains Employees are …

A survey of more than 1,000 retail and hospitality workers has found no evidence that cutting Sunday penalty rates has led to more hours for workers or employers hiring additional …

A continuing theme from last year, the issue of low pay remained a hot topic for 2017, writes Sheshtyn Paola Many of us who attended PSA16 will remember when PSA …

The Fair Work Commission’s (FWC) decision to reduce penalty rates continues to be contentious, particularly for pharmacy assistants—we look at what unfolded this year The FWC’s decision, which came after …

The Pharmacy Guild has come under fire for querying the employer role in paid parental leave As part of its submission to the Senate Inquiry on red tape, the Pharmacy …

Pharmacists received over one million in compensation in just 12 months, mainly due to award underpayments and non-payment of entitlements, says pharmacist union Between 1 October 2016 and 1 October …

The outcome of a newly registered pharmacist’s redundancy case hinged on whether her employer offered suitable alternative employment Ms B worked as an intern pharmacist at an Anzac Square, Brisbane …

The Fair Work Commission did not recognise the impact of penalty rates cuts on low-earning staff in the retail and hospitality industries, a court has heard The appeal against the …

Are low employee pharmacist wages the result of a flawed and unsustainable system due to price disclosure? In a recent poll of AJP readers, the majority of respondents (49%) said …

It’s a decision that seems likely to split the profession: with low base wages already a significant problem, employee pharmacists are signalling that they may leave for good over cuts …