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  • CCA fights premises fee hike

    I was reading the journal last night and a nasty thought hit me.

    The CCA et al are fighting the premises fee hike with great vigour.

    Most companies now pay their pharmacists' retention fees so why didn't they kick up over this going up?


    Could it be that they can foresee a time when they won't need pharmacists in every/any shop?


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    Re: CCA fights premises fee hike

    Originally posted by Linnear View Post
    I was reading the journal last night and a nasty thought hit me.

    The CCA et al are fighting the premises fee hike with great vigour.

    Most companies now pay their pharmacists' retention fees so why didn't they kick up over this going up?


    Could it be that they can foresee a time when they won't need pharmacists in every/any shop?


    Sleep well and don't have nightmares!
    It's only right that me and thee subsidise Tescos et al.

    I mean the very idea that the premises fee should cover it's own costs is madness. Multinational companies need to be subsidised in order to trade successfully.

    Jeff

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      Re: CCA fights premises fee hike

      Or they are simply going to say they are not paying individuals fees anymore and change the industry norm - Oh and moan about their premises fees at the same time

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