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In the countdown towards the Federal Election today, it’s been a busy week for politicians and pharmacists… This week, we saw the major parties get in touch with pharmacy stakeholders …

The National Union of Workers has turned its attention to Sigma, alleging “grubby tactics and casualisation” Speaking to the ABC on Wednesday, workers alleged that prescription medicines that need to …

The Fair Work Commission has found that Chemist Warehouse is not bargaining in good faith, says the National Union of Workers In a statement today the NUW and its legal …

Patients suffer vision loss after receiving allegedly adulterated eye injections; Boots pharmacists vote for union representation; pharmacist facing charges after unsecured methadone stolen Dallas, Texas: A federal court has ordered …

The union for employee pharmacists has welcomed an inquiry into wage theft Last week, the Western Australian Government announced that it would begin an inquiry into wage theft in February, …

The National Union of Workers has accused Chemist Warehouse of treating labour hire casuals like “disposable machines” The NUW has continued its campaign against Chemist Warehouse, which began last year …

The National Union of Workers has posted about “Chemist Warehouse union busting” following allegations of a bullying culture And a person who has been accused of sexual assault no longer …

Industrial Relations Minister Kelly O’Dwyer has decided to intervene in a court case which will have significant implications for casual workers and their employers The move centred around a Federal …

The ACTU’s call to give casual employees the right to permanent employment status would destroy small business in Australia, one stakeholder says Australian Council of Trade Unions Sally McManus has …

The ACTU has attacked the government over the revived TPP, claiming it would drive up drug prices ACTU president Ged Kearney says that the Trans Pacific Partnership, which is set …

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 …