The Fair Work Commission will apply the second phase of the Work Value pay increases to the Pharmacy Industry Award, effective from the first pay period on or after 1 October 2019.
Today marks the World Pharmacist Day 2019. Professional Pharmacists Australia welcomes the International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) view that the “[pharmacy] profession ensures access to medicines and their appropriate use, improving [medication] adherence, care transition and so much more.” You can watch the President’s full statement below The theme, “Safe and effective medicines for all”, to mark World Pharmacists…
We respect the right of young people to take an active role in political debates, and encourage them to do so, and reject the patronising and insulting attacks on them by politicians and commentators.
Whether you’re new to a workplace or are an established employee, we encourage our members to remain vigilant about their wages and conditions and recommend they review the terms and conditions of their employment.
MEDIA RELEASE | MONDAY 16 SEPTEMBER 2019 The Fair Work Commission has agreed with Professional Pharmacists Australia that pharmacist’s pay needs to rise and are broadening the inquiry to 29 awards that require an undergraduate degree. This case will now affect degree qualified workers in sectors including Banking, Legal Services and Higher Education. Pharmacists through…
Following the release of Pharmaceutical Society of Australia Report “Pharmacists in 2023: Roles and Remuneration”, we would like to address the findings of last month’s review by the WA government that recommended the scope of professional pharmacist practice should be expanded to include a wider range of health care activities. What Happened An article published…
We will not allow our members to be treated badly and dismissed unfairly for what we consider to be unjust and unfair treatment.
Professional Pharmacists Australia (PPA) welcomes the Pharmaceutical Society Report ‘Pharmacists in 2023: Roles and Remuneration’
When you’re looking to progress, issues arise because job classification tend to look at the skills and abilities NEEDED for the job rather than the skill level and ability of the person currently in that position.
Job classification structures are designed to organise and categorise employees within a workplace