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Pharmacy stakeholders have slammed calls for further PBS cuts in a new Grattan report The Pharmacy Guild says it “completely rejects” the headline assertion of the report, which is titled Cutting …

Penalty rates have been a hot topic in Parliament this week, with several politicians slamming the Fair Work Commission’s decision It is a decision that will see Sunday penalty rates …

We take a look at the last week in pharmacy This week, the big news has again been about how much pharmacists are paid. The Fair Work Commission handed down …

Our readers are up in arms about the decision to slash penalty rates, with many saying it will drive pharmacists out  Readers of AJP have responded angrily to today’s decision …

Is there anything we can do to arrest the relative decline in pharmacy pay rates, asks Peter Feros In the first part of this 2-part series, Peter Feros discussed how …

The union for employee pharmacists is preparing legal actions to recover thousands of dollars owing to those who have been underpaid Professional Pharmacists Australia says it is “putting pharmacy owners …

The union for employee pharmacists is preparing detailed submissions and evidence of changes to the way pharmacy is practised, for the Fair Work Commission. PPA has already submitted an outline …

The scale of the alleged underpayment of staff by Chemist Warehouse is “disturbing” says the Pharmacy Guild. The Fair Work Ombudsman has announced today that Chemist Warehouse has entered a …

After back paying almost 6,000 of its workers more than $3.5 million, Chemist Warehouse has entered a compliance partnership with the Fair Work Ombudsman The discount brand, which includes a …

A look at the last week in pharmacy news All eyes may have been on Washington this week as we watched the surprise election of Republican nominee Donald Trump to …

The issue of whether or not pharmacists should leave major cities in order to find work – or well paying work – has arisen again, with AJP readers highlighting a …

It’s been a busy week in the pharmacy sector. Health Minister Sussan Ley told Parliament that she strongly supports co-locating pharmacists in GP clinics. “I’d like to have the pharmacist …