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Pharmacists at the Mater Hospital in Brisbane are protesting pay cuts they say could be up to 18% Union members at the Mater voted on Thursday to take industrial action, …

Pay, retention and regulatory issues topped the agenda for our readers over the last month  These were the ten most read stories on the AJP website from 15/10-15/11 Is there …

Salaries are starting to rise, as many pharmacists leave the profession, dissatisfied with pay and conditions, says one stakeholder Raven’s Recruitment has released its 2019 Pharmacy Market Report, in which …

Stakeholders have responded with concern to the results of the latest Graduate Outcomes Survey, which showed pharmacy graduates received the lowest pay The survey, which was published earlier this week, …

Pharmacy graduates are highly likely to land a job – but it won’t be a high-paying one, new data shows The 2019 Graduate Outcomes Survey, which looks at how graduates …

Is there a crisis in community pharmacy staff recruitment and retention? What do you think? In a column, recently featured in AJP, leading recruitment specialist Sue Muller declared there was …

Pay rise could ruin UK pharmacies; US pharmacy suspended over racehorse deaths; “stigma-free” pharmacy opens in San Francisco UK: A rise in the UK’s national living wage could spell “ruin” …

It’s October – which means a pay rise for employee pharmacists getting the Award wage, as a “major” new pay case is announced Professional Pharmacists Australia has highlighted that the …

PPA says the Fair Work Commission has agreed that pharmacists’ pay needs to increase The Commission is broadening its inquiry to 29 awards for careers which require an undergraduate degree, …

Money was a hot topic in pharmacy this week… for both patients and pharmacists There was big news in Western Australia, as state Health Minister Roger Cook announced at a …

The start of July brought a pay rise, a cut to penalty rates and a collection of new PBS listings We took a look at what readers thought about the …

It’s a good start, but it’s not enough – that was your view on the 5% pay rise for employee pharmacists announced last month The Fair Work Commission’s decision on …