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The new “right to disconnect” legislation will protect pharmacists from work “creep” into the rest of their lives, says one pharmacy group Leon Yap, honorary chairperson for the Pharmacy Division, …

Pharmacists were among an estimated 300 hospital workers who staged a walkout to protest against an “extortionate” increase in parking fees On Wednesday, 17 January, around 300 workers at Sydney’s …

Pharmacy owners will have greater certainty due to changes to Labor’s industrial relations bill concerning casuals, says the Guild Labor’s Closing Loopholes Bill had come under fire from employer groups, …

Employers’ groups are calling on the federal government to rethink proposed changes to industrial relations (IR) laws  Planned changes to Australian workplace relations legislation will put the economy at risk, …

Pharmacist under fire after declining to fill transgender patient’s script; conviction for stealing, selling Covid cards; LloydsPharmacy named as failing to pay minimum wage for nearly 8,000 workers Oakland, California: …

There’s been a lot to keep up with in pharmacy this week, with the Strengthening Medicare Taskforce released, more GP-pharmacy turf wars and moves in industrial action The Strengthening Medicare …

Big US chains cutting hours for “work-life balance;” second contraceptive refusal at a Lloyds prompts outrage from mother of teen; Malaysian casual pharmacist threaten to walk off the job US: …

Christian pharmacy worker sues CVS over conscientious objection sacking; 20% pay rise for some Irish pharmacists; fatal dispute in California Fort Worth, Texas: A nurse practitioner is suing pharmacy giant …

Council of Small Business Organisations Australia (COSBOA) CEO, Alexi Boyd, will step down from the role on 25 January, after 18 months.   Boyd tendered her resignation after criticism from …

What do pharmacists want? A new review of pay… and a Guild leader says remuneration is on its agenda After the dust settled on the May Federal Election, we asked …

Pharmacists not responsible for medicines accessibility gap; largest ever civil settlement for unlawful dispensing controlled substances to be paid by pharmacist; Kaiser strike averted Savannah, Georgia: A former pharmacy owner …

US union pharmacists to strike over wages; vaccine fraud in Canada; Scotland eyes sore throats in minor ailment scheme San Francisco, California: The union representing pharmacists employed by Kaiser Permanente …