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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 …

The Guild’s national president has confirmed that the organisation is in talks with the employee pharmacists’ union on the Award Professional Pharmacists Australia issued a statement on Monday in which …

Australia’s pharmacists are unhappy, a new report reveals, with less than a third saying they would recommend it for a career… and nearly another third plan to leave The union …

The union for employee pharmacists has slammed the proposed Fair Work Amendment, saying the changes would be “exceptionally unfair” In its submission to the Education and Employment Legislation Committee Inquiry …

Panic in Lebanon as meds fly off the shelves; pharmacist son reunites with father to give him COVID jab; collective agreement to boost wages in West Africa Lebanon: Yahoo News …

Industrial relations reforms announced this week will hurt pharmacy workers by undermining pay and conditions, warns one stakeholder This week the Morrison Government announced reforms to the IR system which …

Chemist Warehouse has temporarily closed a facility after a worker tested positive for COVID-19, and says it won’t impact stock availability for its pharmacies Late last week CW management, which …

The Fair Work Commission says it is “not satisfied there is an elevated risk of infection for workers covered by the Pharmacy Award” An application by unions to introduce paid …

A pharmacy assistant who was made redundant during the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic said she felt discriminated against because of her age The pharmacy assistant’s employment was terminated with …

Almost a quarter of Australian businesses say a recent Court decision will deter them from hiring casuals… and retail will be among the hardest-hit sectors A special Roy Morgan SMS …