AUSTRALIAN PHARMACY ACCOUNTERS PAYING MORE FOR MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES

The Australian Pharmacy Accountants Association says its members have a higher average income than the average employee.

The union’s president, Richard Bader, says the high salary paid to the CEOs of the major pharmacy chains in the US has been one of the most significant factors in the industry’s growth.

He says it’s a trend he expects to continue.

He said the industry is “fascinated” by the trend.

Mr Beder said there was also a lot of pressure on the business to stay on top of technology. “

But we’ve also seen that other sectors like the retail sector have a very high average salary, so I think the pharmacy accountants are very well off in the sense that their income is quite a bit higher than the rest of the industry.”

Mr Beder said there was also a lot of pressure on the business to stay on top of technology.

“So, you know, a lot has been done to try and make sure that our workers are safe and that we’re not putting ourselves in danger of any sort.” “

Mr Caulfield said his union was pushing for a better workplace environment for his members, which was why he’s joined forces with the AMA. “

So, you know, a lot has been done to try and make sure that our workers are safe and that we’re not putting ourselves in danger of any sort.”

Mr Caulfield said his union was pushing for a better workplace environment for his members, which was why he’s joined forces with the AMA.

He told the ABC the new approach to work would mean employees would have more control over their time and would be able a better chance to work longer hours.

Mr Coolfield said: ‘We’ve got to make that a fair and open place’ He said it would also help employees feel they could be successful in the job market, and he would welcome a “fair and open” workplace environment.

He also said that while there were more and more people joining the profession, there were still many who were “just not able to get the jobs that they want”.

He said his own experience working as a pharmacy accountant would help him make the case for better workplace conditions.

He has previously spoken out against the lack of workplace diversity, with Mr Croomfield warning of the “tipping point” for his colleagues.